Did you ever imagine that in your lifetime, you would live through a crisis that would change how you work overnight? For manufacturers, many were deemed essential and production employees had to remain working onsite through the days and months in which others had to transition to work remotely.
COVID-19 continues to disrupt organizations worldwide and uncertainty remains at an all-time high as leaders and members of the workforce begin to rebuild the new normal.
As companies transition back to normalcy, it is important for leaders to gain insight from employees to make sure the workplace and company culture return to a place of stability as quickly as possible.
Who would have thought that only a few months into the year 2020, we would all be living through another life-altering crisis? Like previous major crises, they are unwelcomed and unwanted. As we are in the trenches of this current experience, we must remain united and look ahead to a new world that will forever be impacted.
During this time, we need to be more alert than ever. In many cases, the demand from our work has increased, our families continue to need our love and support, and we as individuals need to make sure that we are mentally focused.
Regardless of what is going on in the world and within our community, company leaders must be able to effectively communicate when a quick response is needed. Here are three methods for communicating with your workforce in a timely and reliable manner:
Written by Ashley Beaudoin, IMEC Technical Specialist
Written by Ashley Beaudoin, IMEC Technical Specialist and HR Specialist
How do you use employee engagement to retain key employees?
As manufacturing advances, companies report sizable skill gaps. The need for a qualified skill set is essential for success. In order to keep a business growing, qualified candidates need to surface while key employees are retained.
Leaders are familiar with the basic understanding of employee engagement. However, do they know just how engagement affects the workforce?