Tag: employee engagement

Taking a Look at Culture

Posted on 10/19/12 by Liz Cosline No Comments

  When walking into a business is the culture of the business seen by customers. The key elements of a culture are behaviors, relationships, attitudes, values, and the environment that surrounds the customers and employees. Some places of business are very clean with little touches such as pictures, fountains, music playing, and nicely painted walls. […]

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Employees Have Thoughts About the Company Often

Posted on 05/17/12 by Liz Cosline No Comments

First we will get the pay out of the way. Though employees should be paid market value because this is simply fair, pay is not a long term motivator but it certainly can be demotivating. The pay scale should be understood by employees along with market values with the ability to ask for a raise […]

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Incredible That Business Reputation is Overlooked

Posted on 03/25/12 by Liz Cosline No Comments

By business articles and experts like Harvard Business and the Fiscal Times reputation is brought up over and over.  Though in many cases not directly said reputations are being discussed.  Even though employee engagement, motivation, spending cuts, and asking more may be the topics, the reflection is on the companies.  Here’s an example.  http://www.thefiscaltimes.com/Articles/2012/01/21/Too-Cheap-with-Your-Valued-Staff-Know-the-Risks.aspx When […]

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