Retail Workplace Happiness

Focusing On Retail Workplace Happiness The Retail Candidate Experience during the interviewing process should reflect the experience that the candidate will have through the onboarding process as a new hire. According to the SHRM Foundation “Organizations say effective onboarding improved retention rates by 52%”. When employees feel the company cares about their growth & development they are happier and more productive at work. When employees feel the company cares about their growth & development they are happier and more productive at work. According to Megan Biro of TalentCulture there are five key things that help deliver Employee Happiness – (1) Pay fairly, (2) Deliver awesome benefits, (3) Keep an open leadership door & mind, (4) Share the profits, and (5) make your workplaceRead More

Contributing To The Retail Zietgeist

Contributing To The #Retail Zietgeist Zeitgeist is a great word, Mirriam-Webster defines it as the general intellectual, moral, and cultural climate of an era. I absolutely think that applies to the #Retail landscape and the focus that is being placed on employee well-being and workplace happiness. There is a paradigm for the workplace that is shaping the cultural climate and is embedded in the cultures that are, now, considered “Great Places To Work in Retail”. A focus on creating an authentically great and beneficial place to work for employees is a constant key point in these environments as is brand reputation and image from the consumers perspective. There are a couple of things that contribute to the retail zietgeist more than others: (A)Read More