There are many reasons employees have their job and like their job, but there can also be a number of reasons people choose to leave their desired career. More than two million employees left their career voluntarily compared to the number who did so two years ago. Companies who recognize their employees tend to have happier employees, especially those who offer things like employee recognition programs and those who choose to employ managers with people skills and proper problem solving skills. Managers who encouraged their employees to do a good job and recognized them for doing so were considered scarce for eight out of ten workers. Aside from normal corporate and manager decisions, there are some things that cause other employees to leave the workplace, and one of those is knowing about or being involved in a workplace romance. These are not only damaging to those involved, they hurt coworkers, bosses and even the company, not to mention majority of hr executives frown on the entir
Archive for August 8, 2018
On average, 11 million meetings are held in U.S. workplaces each day, and employees on average attend 62 meetings each month. According to the National Statistics Council, 37% of employee time is spent in meetings. In a study by Steven Rogelberg of the University of North Carolina, 71% of senior managers said that their organization’s meetings are unproductive and inefficient. Glitches in any video conferencing application, audio or web-based process cost time. If a team of 10 is in a meeting, a six-minute delay is an hour of lost productivity.
Keeping The Team on Track
As many as 70% of attendees admit to multitasking during meetings, according to Interaction Associates. Between commuting, meetings, and conferences, productivity can begin to dwindle. As telecommuting increases, more and more businesses are opting for some remote work capabilities. Telecommuting is increasingly popular among businesses. In a study of more than 1,000 professionals, 65% said that they allo