A New Article From EzineArticles.com Tells How Businesses Can Retain Their Best Employees
It’s more important than ever for businesses to retain their best employees. A new article on EzineArticles.com by HR Consultant Sterling Price provides an effective technique businesses can use to keep their best employees.
Business people know that their number one cost is labor. Even in this tough economy, high performing employee are a sought after commodity. With that in mind, can any employer afford to lose their best employees? This issue was address in an article recently published in EzineArticles.com, called “Employee Retention: How Do You Keep Your Best Employees?”
Sterling Price, a Human Resources expert with The Performance Partners was quoted as saying, “Let’s face it, in this challenging economy, it is more critical than ever to retain employees who are willing and able to do more. Even large companies that historically had room for less than highly productive employees have to try and get more out of everyone. If you don’t know how your employees feel about their jobs, the work environment, or their supervisor, how can you expect to know what you need to do in order to keep them?”
Mr. Price proposes a solution that provides employers the information they need to retain their best employees. “One of the best things you can do is conduct a climate assessment. It imperative that you know what your employees are thinking and feeling. There are three steps you can take to gather and learn from this valuable intelligence" This process is explained in detail in the article authored by Mr. Price.
Mr. Price concludes, “Today, it is more critical than it has ever been to understand your employees. The climate assessment described in the article is one of the ways you can do this. With this information you have the opportunity to enlist your employees in creating an environment that is not only a satisfying place to work, but a highly productive one. That sounds like a win-win situation to me!”
For more information about this topic or other Human Resources related issues, please visit www.theperformancepartners.net or contact Sterling Price at SPrice(at)theperformancepartners.net.
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