Employee satisfaction is closely tied to performance. When satisfaction levels rise, productivity, customer service, and profits tend to rise too. Employee turnover slows down and it becomes easier to recruit new talent. See how your team, leadership, and shareholders can benefit from a company culture that emphasizes employee satisfaction.
STOP TRYING TO BE SOMEONE YOU’RE NOT
I stumbled on some images on worth1000.com that dramatically (and entertainingly) illustrate an important point: the fact that we’re constantly being pulled to be someone we’re not.
Forces all around us make us think that we should be different, that we should change who we are, that we’re not good enough.
It applies to businesses as much as individuals.
We can (and should) strive to improve ourselves, but as I explain on my post about being remarkable: accept who you are and focus on your strengths.
At this moment, is anything trying to pull you into being someone you’re not? For in reality, the more you try to become someone you’re not, the sillier you look.
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If you want your customers to be happy, you need to think about employee satisfaction. When employees like their workplaces, they are more effective at their jobs and provide better customer service. Learn more about the link between the employee and customer experience and how to measure employee satisfaction.
Company culture affects everything your company does. Research has shown that culture has a strong impact on employees, job seekers, customer service, and more. If your culture is lacking, your employee satisfaction and overall performance will suffer. Learn how to cultivate a strong company culture that motivates people to apply for jobs, stay, and give their best effort.
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