The top reason employees stay with a company is they feel challenged by their work, according to an Aberdeen report. Thirty-four percent reported that they are sticking with their current employer because they foresee an opportunity to be part of the future growth of the company.
As more and more people are putting off retirement and working well into their 70s, communicating well across multiple generations is an essential skill for today’s young managers.
CareerBuilder surveyed more than 2,000 hiring and human resource managers from a variety of industries and company sizes to identify the worst productivity offenders. Here are the results, according to the employers who were surveyed.
Cell phones and texting (50%)
The Internet (39%)
Remember that kid from elementary school who was always trying to figure out a way to change the grades on his report card? He’s still out there. Only now he’s an adult, and he’s trying to figure out a way to scam his company timesheets.
Unfortunately, if your business has employees, incidents of discrimination and harassment may occasionally disrupt your company culture. People naturally bring their biases into the workplace – sometimes by accident, sometimes by choice.