You know, the one with a ridiculously high turnover rate and a bad reputation among former employees. Sooner or later, that kind of reputation will ensure you won’t attract the best employees to your company, no matter how much you promise to pay them.
That can’t be good for your customers, can it? And once your customers are unhappy with you, it’s hard to salvage your brand.
All in all, it’s much easier if you just make employee satisfaction an essential part of your business practice. It won’t be a straightforward process, especially if you run a firm that relies heavily on creativity and diversity. But the effort can give you positive returns you never thought possible.
How do you make sure you satisfy employees? Here are a couple things modern workers expect from their companies:
Get the basics right