Now here’s a guaranteed morale-builder: Make your employees wear space-age monitors that detect how productive and efficient they are — and even monitor their bathroom breaks.
They’re a fact of business life. They’re not going away. And everybody hates them.
Trying to prevent employees’ from wasting time on the clock? New info says you may be tackling the wrong areas.
Even if you offer generous vacation benefits, there’s always going to be that one person who refuses to take time off and burns out because of it. But not at this company. It’s created a clever way of preventing employees from burning the candle at both ends.
A South Carolina firm’s promise to employees: Stay with the company five years and get a check for $50,000. And if you think that’s crazy, wait until you see what 25 years of service gets workers.
There’s no question benefits plans drastically impact how workers feel about their employers as a whole. But what do workers feel would improve the daily work environment.
A new survey shows employees are really willing to give up a lot for the privilege of being able to work from home.
Now here’s some wellness advice we can really get behind: One researcher says employers should consider offering nap time.
It’s common thinking: Employee development programs can improve retention and productivity. But that’s not necessarily the case, according to a new study.