Employees are one of a company’s biggest expenses — and also one of its most important assets. Unlike major capital costs (like buildings, machinery, technology, etc.), human capital is volatile. Employees need to understand that a company invests in them with a hiring decision, and that the company wants them to stay until they retire.
On a day-to-day basis, employees do not work for companies; they work for a manager. And managers can reduce that volatility using the Recruit to Retire best practices process, which includes everything that needs to be done over the course of an employee’s career with a company.
In this addition, we explore the influence and impact of the pandemic; generational expectations; the advantages of remote work ; how to lead, communicate and incentivize behavior; the impact of this shift on organizational strategy and culture.