Employee Management

Employee Retention Is a Valuable Component of a Successful Business

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Employee-retention costs are minor when compared to the loss of sales, productivity and profits that are virtually guaranteed to occur if you don�t make a conscious effort to develop a dynamic and very tangible employee-retention policy or program.

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Employee-Turnover Costs: Pull Your Head from the Sand and Take Control!

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Employee-turnover costs may not be a problem at your business, but it�s likely to be, since most of the research suggests that less than 50% of businesses have a statistical system to capture, calculate and analyze the cost of losing employees.

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Employee Turnover Is Costing You More Than You Realize

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Employee turnover will happen; but, you, a smart business owner, don�t want to make the mistake that too many business owners make: They know to the penny their labor and operational costs, but not their employee-turnover costs.

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Employee Evaluation Disagreements Are Best Addressed by Listening

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Employee evaluation disagreements can be more easily resolved when you, as an employer, learn how to listen and follow a number of other important steps. It�s important to remember that your goal is not to convince employees to agree with your evaluation, but to make sure they understand your evaluation, even if they never agree.

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Well-Conceived Wage Plans Can Drive Efficiency and Productivity

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A wage plan or structure that is carefully and fairly created will become a dynamic component of your company�s efficiency and productivity. A well-conceived wage plan is the primary incentive that drives employees to do their jobs better and more efficiently because they clearly understand that wage increases are based on their productivity.

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The Employee Evaluation Is a Continuous Process, Not a Snapshot

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Employee evaluation is an important component of the most successful companies, and even the smallest ones that want to be more successful. When you apply the four steps of a best-practices method of employee evaluation, you�ll learn important information: which employees to retain, which to utilize differently and which don�t seem to be able to perform according to your expectations.

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