From millennials in the workplace to revolutionary new ways to measure goals, it’s clear that the modern workplace is changing. Employees of every age and career stage are searching for something more — an experience that values them as a person, not just an employee. But leaders still struggle to tackle turnover, retain top talent, increase productivity and more.
When you show your employees you truly care — and focus on their well-being — the results show. In fact, 91 percent of employees with high well-being and organizational support are less likely to leave, and when employees feel their employer cares about their well-being, they’re 38 percent more engaged. The key to thriving in this environment is understanding that what’s good for employees, is also good for business.
We’ve rounded up our top picks for what to read now to help show employees that their company cares and change the way you work.
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