The March Turnover Tide

According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, who have been fastidiously tracking turnover with their JOLT (Job Openings & Labor Turnover) report since 2014, there is a slight but significant uptick in separations and job openings that occurs fairly regularly between the months of December and March. Quitting in December makes sense – the […]

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The Value of Organic Feedback

When done well, rewards and recognition programs build trust and positivity among employees, inspiring them to do great work that improves your bottom line. Research and experience tell us that companies fielding best-practice recognition programs will, in general, be more successful in the areas of turnover, productivity, and profits. But since so many other factors […]

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Should Employees Be Recognized for Simply Doing Their Jobs?

Employee recognition is a simple proposition – employee does something good for the company that’s tied to the bottom line, company gives some praise and maybe a reward, employee returns to their job feeling accomplished and renewed; the cycle repeats itself. However it doesn’t always work that way, as our pernicious level of workforce disengagement […]

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