Employee engagement is critical to any company’s success, and companies that fail in the development and training of their employees typically experience higher turnover rates and more disengaged workers.
Companies are constantly striving to retain their best employees, but problems can arise if they’re not shown a modicum of respect by management. If hard-working employees are shown appreciation by their managers and team leaders, they’ll feel less compelled to find a new job. This will also help to keep employee turnover rates down.
Here are three ways you can maintain retention rates by ensuring your managers are respectful and supportive of their teams:
Millennials are the hardest generational group to engage in workplace culture. They provide a challenge to every leadership team, culture committee and HR group around the country. But engaging millennials in your company culture can pay dividends, motivating them and connecting them to your organizational goals, which in turn can increase their productivity and retention rate. Wellness can serve as that common thread: it benefits both the organization and its millennial employees.