Employees Need Engagement

A recent national human relations survey in Canada showed that HR professionals were concerned with attracting and recruiting staff and increasing employee engagement, as two of their top three priorities this year.

Among the other findings of the annual HR survey was that in 2012 managing change will be a key component in the workplace along with increasing leadership capacity in a fast paced and ever changing reality to the way organizations do business.

It’s about being there for people when they need a friend, being real and impacting our employees,” says Bud Loewen, owner of Columbia Cabinets of Abbotsford, British Columbia.

At the top level of company expenditures for this year was employee recruitment and retention, a hefty 16 percent of total company expenditures.

—More info: www.mchapusa.com or www.hrvoice.org

A recent national human relations survey in Canada showed that HR professionals were concerned with attracting and recruiting staff and increasing employee engagement, as two of their top three priorities this year.

Among the other findings of the annual HR survey was that in 2012 managing change will be a key component in the workplace along with increasing leadership capacity in a fast paced and ever changing reality to the way organizations do business.

It’s about being there for people when they need a friend, being real and impacting our employees,” says Bud Loewen, owner of Columbia Cabinets of Abbotsford, British Columbia.

At the top level of company expenditures for this year was employee recruitment and retention, a hefty 16 percent of total company expenditures.

—More info: www.mchapusa.com or www.hrvoice.org

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