Talent wars 2022
Global researchers such as Gallup are predicting that 2022 will be a significant year in the war for talent retention and attraction, with up to 42% of employees considering moving in the next six months.
What are you doing to ensure you keep and attract top talent?
Thought leading organisations around the world understand the value of passionate employees and what they bring to their business.
They appreciate the correlation between passionate and engaged employees, and brand value and corporate performance.
Engaged employees are proven to take fewer sick days, stay longer, are more productive and deliver greater customer/guest experience.
With the Covid pandemic employee recognition, feedback and appreciation has become even more important to clients to ensure their employee’s health and wellbeing is front and centre of the corporate psyche and staff feel “included.”
So, are you trying to figure out how to keep your top performers happy over the long haul? 🤔 We hope so.
Here is a summary of what people are looking for:
Employees want to work for a company whose values align with their own.
Employees want to work for someone they trust and respect.
Employees want to work with people they like.
Employees want to be appreciated in a way that’s appropriate to them.
Employees want to have a voice.
Employees want to know what they need to do to succeed and how that will be measured.
Employees want to learn, grow, and develop in their careers.
Employees want to be inspired to go the extra mile.
Employees want to spend most of their day doing work they love.
How do you know which of these are important to each individual?
Try asking them.
Engage in regular dialogue about these factors over time.
Platforms like Brownie Points help clients unlock the passion in their employees and align behaviours with the corporate values to improve employee engagement and experience, by implementing Culture of Appreciation programs that recognise discretionary effort and celebrate and publicise the associated behaviours.
Brownie Points employee recognition programs are proven to deliver improved staff engagement to all organisations, commercial or NFP, regardless of size or budget.
If you don’t look after your employees, your competitors will, so get on board and build your Culture of Appreciation.
Tony Delaney, CEO Brownie Points