As the economy strengthens and competition heats up, worker productivity is being increasingly featured in the spotlight.
As the economy strengthens and competition heats up, worker productivity is being increasingly featured in the spotlight. To this end, human resources departments are feeling the pressure and need to implement effective employee incentive programs.
Success, though, lies partly with how HR manages its talent supply chain, making it attractive to highly skilled applicants and retaining those who continue to push the organization forward, The Daily Monitor reports.
One key to doing this will be to identify the ambitions and expectations of the new generation of workers entering the marketplace. Commonly known as "millenials," this group of individuals in their twenties seek office environments that match their personal beliefs.
Rohit Bhargava, professor at Georgetown University, explained to Entrepreneur magazine that this generation has grown up with an idea of how companies impact society and the environment.
With this in mind, HR departments may want to recruit new talent by showcasing their respective businesses' commitment to ethics and certain social causes.