connect ability: Retention

Retention


 
Work for your employees so they can continue to work for you.

Everything on this site is just as applicable for an employer who does not currently have people with disabilities on his or her workforce, as it is for an employer who does.
 
Why? Because as employees work and grow with your company, needs often change. From minor to major changes, whether on or off the job, some of your employees may find themselves in new circumstances. A minor change might include someone whose eyesight has worsened over the years. A major change might come as a result of a serious accident.
 
To ensure employee retention and a productive workplace, an employer's best bet is to simply be prepared, and to prepare his or her employees. Employers should evaluate every aspect of the workplace from recruiting and hiring to environment and attitude. The better prepared you are, the more resilient your company.
 
 




Content Last Modified on 6/17/2013 10:08:27 AM