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Posts from Seth Richtsmeier

How to get Leadership Buy-in to your Employee Engagement Strategy

The concept of employee engagement has evolved into a key area of focus for employers. A solid engagement strategy has been proven to be an effective method for improving both company culture and productivity. After designing an employee engagement strategy, the first step to deploying it is to introduce your strategy to the leadership within your company. An essential aspect to this step is providing leadership with a solid understanding of the strategy and benefits held by both employee engagement strategies in general and the specific strategies your company will be implementing.  

Why Company Culture is a Competitive Advantage

  Company culture has almost become synonymous with perks such as free food or beer on tap thanks to the rise of hip startups and co-working spaces run by a generation of eager disruptors and innovators. 

Why good onboarding leads to better employee retention

The process of hiring and retaining employees is never easy. Hiring can be a rigorous, time-consuming endeavor that kicks off when a company publicizes its various job openings, and then ceases after a suitable candidate has been selected, vetted, and hired. Naturally a newly-hired employee may feel out of place during the first few weeks of employment. It’s not uncommon to hear someone has submitted their resignation letter just months into the job.