Human resources needs get back to what it was intended to be—attracting and retaining the best employees, creating a healthy work environment, and fostering career growth. If and when that fails, employee morale usually isn’t too far behind.
There are times where costs must be cut and layoffs may be unavoidable. If that’s the case, it is critical that you work to maintain the morale of your team. Otherwise, you’ll see a drop in productivity that will perpetuate your financial challenge. Here are a few ways keep spirits up in tough times.
Have you ever started a new job and felt like the company wasn't expecting you? When you arrive on your first day eager to make a good first impression and your coworkers, and your manager, are too busy working on their own projects to say much more than hello?
Thanks to an introduction from Grasshopper's Ambassador of Buzz (yes that's his actual job title) Jonathan , I was able to connect with David Hauser, Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer at Grasshopper.com to talk about employee incentives and corporate culture—two topics th