There are many reasons that employees might choose to leave, but most of the time it is something that can be avoided. Increasing employee retention and keeping them motivated is not only good for the staff, but also for the business. It is not always obvious factors, such as compensation packages, that can cause staff to lose their motivation. By addressing the following issues, you can keep your workforce motivated and invested in making a success of their jobs.
Encourage Employees To Be Themselves
Challenge Your Employees
Help Employees To See Things From A Different Perspective
Don’t Discourage Dissenting Views
Laura W. Anderson is the founder and president of Veterinary Career Services.
After significant research in the veterinary job market, Laura saw the need for recruitment services specializing in the veterinary industry and founded VCS in January 1998, with the primary goal of assisting veterinary practice owners in their hiring needs.
Laura holds a Masters of Business Administration from Boston College and a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Feel free to contact me with any questions you may have! I look forward to hearing from you.