Employers are facing workplace retention challenges with increasing regularity. Whether this is the result of a shift in generational norms or a strong economy, employees seem to be more mobile than ever before.
In a tight labor market, companies are offering a range of benefits and incentives to address the need for a qualified workforce comprised of Boomers, Gen Xers, and Millennials. But are companies striking a balance between the incentives they offer and those that potential employees value?
Incentives that address the work environment, career development, and compensation are attractive, and they are being offered by a plurality of middle market companies to attract and retain a desired workforce in a tight labor market.
DeAndre' Harris, Associate and Jonathan Kok, Partner – Warner Norcross + Judd
Wednesday, March 21, 2018
Managing individuals is tough, especially if they are family members or from a different generation. Managers are bound to run into situations that they feel ill-equipped to handle, which leads to mistakes that can cost the organization in time, talent, money, and reputation.
A neighbor recommends a great nanny who is available to help with child care. But before entering an arrangement with the nanny or other household employee, it is important to take a few added steps to ensure the best decision.