There is nothing more important to your bottom line than attracting and keeping great people. It can mean that your business is more profitable – as much as 30% to 40% more profitable.
Even if you think the economic downturn puts more employment chips on your side of the table because jobs are scarce, the best people will have opportunities to move on if they are not happy. If you’re like most business owners, you’re asking people to work harder with less. There is no money for extra rewards – you may have cut back or freeze salaries. It’s more important than ever that your employees are committed to the job they’re in – and working hard to keep it successful.
For tips on finding and keeping great employees see our recent newsletter. Read it here.
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