People want more from their jobs.
The workforce has changed significantly over the years, but recently, that change has been exponential.
These changes in expectations fall on HR’s desk. You know that the best people make the best workplaces, which in turn attracts the best people. So you have to address these new employee expectations, and you have your work cut out for you. From start to finish, employee acquisition and retention is your responsibility.
Overhauling the way your entire organization functions isn’t an option right now. So how do you manage current employee expectations with all of this in mind?
You make small shifts in how you hire, what kind of benefits and compensation you offer, and look at professional development and employee wellness initiatives as necessary add-ons.
This sounds like a massive uphill climb, but it doesn’t have to be. You don’t have to change everything and start all over; you simply need to rethink how you approach the seven areas of employee concern.
Benefits and compensation
By : Kazuti