The Big Problem Biting You in the Butt
Employee attraction and retention has become a major dilemma for many companies. Today it is the employees’ marketplace, where openings go begging and available talent is in short supply. This means your best employees can jump ship for attractive offers, and new employees can be choosey. But money isn’t necessarily what drives employee movement.
This dilemma also sets up a tension in many companies between those responsible for hiring and those responsible for company expenditures…
…but the solution may be an easy one.
The percentage of HR directors who are having a hard time attracting key personnel for open positions.
Attracting and retaining talent is tough in today’s marketplace,
The percentage of companies that now believe it’s easier to train from within than hire from the outside. (But that means they need to keep those they have.)
But did you know...
80 out of 100 potential employees look at your perceived culture while looking at you as a new employer.
Your company’s perceived culture could be the deciding factor.
64% of new employee millennials who’d take $40k over $100k just to be happy and inspired at work.
Skills shortages and workload management have now become a top concern for CFOs as well.
But balancing budget vs personnel needs is a real problem.
39% of CFOs who now worry their staff will not cope with the extra workload.
Companies that display an appreciative, happy and energetic culture…
A Focus on the Break Room Provides…
…all Signals That a Company Cares About People.
One Call to Perks: Culture Enhanced, Budget Tension Resolved
Don’t You Wish All Business Solutions Were So Easy?
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