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Employee Retention – Part 1/3 Features

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By , November 2, 2017 6:21 am

In today’s time keeping employees isn’t as easy as it use to be and keeping motivated, hardworking employees is impossible if you as the vending operator isn’t putting in time in the training and retention.

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AN EMPLOYEE RETENTION TIP
Add an “Employee Data Sheet” form to the paperwork a new hire completes and use it to find out the person’s favorite candy bar, restaurant, charity, sports team, etc. Then, when you’d like to recognize them for an achievement, you can give them something you know they’ll appreciate.

If you would like a copy email info@humetrics.com with the subject line: employee data sheet.

Mel Kleiman is an international authority, writer, speaker, trainer, pragmatic business owner and consultant whose expertise is hourly, frontline employee recruiting, selection, and retention best practices. He is the founder and president of Humetrics.

Keep Your Employees Effectively Engaged
Want to keep your top talent happily engaged and on board for the long term? Want to inspire your other employees to reach their full potential? It’s easy, according to Mel Kleiman, the founder and president of Humetrics. All you have to do is show that you care. Here are a few simple questions you can ask several of your employees this month. You’ll garner valuable information and employees will feel respected and valued:
1. Does everyone seem to be on the same page when it comes to the quality that’s expected in everything we do?
2. What are you most proud of accomplishing during your time here?
3. What is the best part of your job here and why?
4. Do you think your job description has changed since you were hired and, if so, how?
5. What circumstances might prompt you to look for another job?
6. Are there any company policies you find difficult to understand? How could we make them clearer?
If you want more employee questions sign up for his blog at www.humetrics.com/blog.

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