Employees are always seeking new opportunities to grow, both professionally and personally. However, encouraging growth is often brushed aside by companies, with management finding it hard to encourage growth while also ensuring that productivity and profitability are still achieved.
The first 30 days of a new employee are crucial. The employee already has a positive impression of your organisation, given that 80% of candidates form their impression about a company based on the interview experience given by the company.
However, many businesses fail to capitalise on this, with only around 12% of employees finding that their organization did a good job of onboarding them onto their new work environment.
Human Resources and Payroll Management both hold a key role in an employee’s employment experience.
However, there still seems to be a misconception among many that HR is solely comprised of Payroll Management.
Team performance is often a concern for just about every organisation frequently faced by the issue of unlocking the full potential of their employees. Here are some key tips for how to ignite your organisation’s team performance.
Long gone are the days of annual reviews and yearly meetings. Instead, businesses are becoming far more concerned with employee engagement and motivation.
Employee engagement is beneficial in every business. Having employees happy and highly engaged are often cited as key determinants towards an evolving, productive work environment.