Many organizations say that their most valuable resource is their people; but how many act as if it is true?
Every organization has employee’s that contribute an enormous amount to the success of the organization. Put another way, no company can exist without it’s people.
Business success has never occurred without people and yet people are often treated as a lesser class than the equipment. There are always general maintenance plans, life-cycle plans, capital investments, and procurement strategies regardless of the financial climate. Yet when times are tough the money to invest in people, for training and development, and for employee recognition dries up.
Why is that?
How do you appreciate your employees?
Do your employee’s know how much they are appreciated?
What are you going to do to make sure your employee’s know their value?
- The ROI of Employees (webpronews.com)
- Treat Them As Your Biggest Investors: They Are. Week 47 (zanesafrit.typepad.com)
- Compensation Is About Fairness and Respect (leaderchat.org)
- Employee Engagement Steps to Drive Results (lawsonhealthcare.wordpress.com)
- Find a success to celebrate together every day – Week 48 (zanesafrit.typepad.com)
- Showing Appreciation (aaronsummers.wordpress.com)
- Human Resources (travissnow.wordpress.com)
- The Real Purpose of Employee Engagement Initiatives (brighthub.com)
- How Engaged Are Your Employees? (jamiemurphy23.wordpress.com)