Why your workspace is key to employee retention

Storey 17 Oct 2018

Your office isn’t just your office. For eight hours a day, it’s the place where your employees direct most of their energy: it’s host to their individual and collective creativity and productivity. A good environment can get the best out of them and encourage them to stay for the long-term; a bad environment will do the opposite.

So how do you create a working environment that simultaneously inspires would-be employees to join you – and motivates current employees to stick around?

Read more – http://www.smeweb.com/2018/03/19/workspace-key-employee-retention/

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