As a business owner, your first and primary goal successful is business performance. Part of achieving this goal is creating a productive, innovative, and welcoming atmosphere for your employees.
You began your business for a reason, and it's more than making money. Your business gives you that one thing everybody strives for in life, purpose.
Wellness programs are a controversial topic in the employee benefits world. These programs offer a way for employers to provide chances for their employees to learn more about health and fitness and practice healthy habits that could change their lives.
Whether you know it or not (or like it or not), you already have a company culture. You have a way about doing business unique to your company. If you are uncertain about how your company culture is going right now, make the necessary changes to turn it in the right direction.
This is a guest post by Catherine Mattice Zundel, MA, SPHR, SHRM-SCP of Civility Partners.
Your organization has A culture. Whether it’s a good one or not depends.
If you don’t put time and resources towards ensuring it’s positive, it can get out of control. As consultants focused on turning ugly cultures to good cultures, most of our (Civility Partners) clients come to us when “it” hit the fan.
The statistics are grim when it comes to company culture and employee engagement at companies. Studies show that employees are increasingly focused on the culture of companies and that money alone is not enough to allure them.
You might think the insurance policies you carry on your employees or that you have specifically for your company are solely financial tools, items with little effect on your employees and morale. However, your insurance plan is one of the strongest bridges you have with your team. It's one of the few connections you have linking you to them even when they are away from work.
This is a guest post by Emily Moberly, CEO and Founder of Traveling Stories
In today’s world, a shopping decision does not rely entirely on price and quality. More and more people seek brands that are associated to a cause and make their decisions based on choosing companies that are in alignment with their values. This drive is even higher with millenials.
Don't View Health Insurance As A Burden: Research Shows It Benefits Company Culture And Employee Engagement