Flexibility Needed to Keep Top PerformersDec 08
A high performer can deliver 400 percent more productivity than an average performer. Despite this, all employees tend to be lumped together in workforce statistics.
“Last summer, my colleagues and I conducted a study with Oxford Economics across 27 countries to find out what the future workforce wants.”
Stegmeier Consulting’s Insight…
Attracting and retaining top talent is a challenge faced by nearly every organization. High performers are extremely valuable, and competition for them is stiff. Perhaps, more importantly, the cost to replace a top performer puts even more pressure on employers to focus on talent retention. An outdated work environment and an inflexible corporate culture are often the most common hindrances to this retention process.
Refreshing the workplace and your organizational policies may be just what your company needs. Imagine having the ability to tour potential new hires through a modern, comfortable facility with space for collaboration, innovation and relaxation. Picture their eyes light up as you inform them your organization possesses the technology and flexibility needed to make working remotely possible.
At Stegmeier Consulting Group, we believe that ignoring alternative workplace initiatives puts companies on a “fast track to 2nd place.” That edict may be most true when talking in terms of talent recruitment and retention. Don’t overlook how changing your work environment and corporate culture can impact attraction and retention–otherwise you run the risk the competition scooping up the future leaders of your workplace!
Stegmeier Consulting Group can assist with a wide range of challenges involved in implementing a workplace change initiative. Contact us to find out how our services can help your organization.
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