Are You In Touch with Employee Concerns?

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Summer is well underway, with back to school just around the corner. Like most companies, you may want to add staff, especially in sales. With current economic crises such as the high gas price and inflation, what can you do as an employer to attract and keep staff? It costs them more to come to the office, get out to meet with and entertain clients and prospects. Those expenses can be lowered by participating in barter arrangements with gas companies, grocers, or restaurants. Allow each seller a specific amount to use.

Review your ‘in-person’ requirements. Consider allowing more work-from-home days. Maybe it is time to revisit discussions on time management skills or to consider assigning accounts by territory for more efficiency.

Perhaps you can help in other ways. Talk to your team members about what, if anything, is causing them financial stress. Each may have a different challenge so try to uncover it and help them create a solution. Not only will this help your team members be more productive, but your reputation as a caring employer will improve your recruitment efforts.

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