We all have heard it said over and over that money talks. But Touchpoint has put a different spin on this concept in the article: Beyond Raises: How to retain top employees.
I really liked all the ideas that were given but I suppose I really applauded the comments near the bottom of the article. "A well-stocked office kitchen or organized after-hour outings cost little, yet create a harmonious atmosphere. A few perks that don’t cost money: having a casual dress code and easing certain business policies, such as an allotted number of vacation days or traditional management hierarchy". Little things DO make a difference.
Do you work in a company that values its employees enough to go the extra step (or two) for them?
Surely money is a big plus! But the other ideas in this article make the employees feel valued, too.
What does your company do to support and value their employees?
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