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Secrets of Attracting and Retaining Employees

Dear John,

Here are some questions for you.
a. Do you have difficulties recruiting employees?
b. Do you have absenteeism problems?
c. Do you have problems with employee retention?

If you have more than one “Yes” to the above questions, you are being sincere.

We believe that an employee is more likely to stay on the job if he/she is happy with what he/she does on the job, and that he/she is treated well by the superiors, peers, andsubordinates.

In other words if you want to attract and to retain employees, you need to have the “rightperson for the right job, with the right pay”, and to have a workplace environment that supports the “treat me well” phenomenon.

The first challenge is to hire “the right person for the right job”

I believe that the key to do that is to have a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of what the job requires of the knowledge and skills,

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HOW TO DEVELOP AND IMPLEMENT FWA

How to Develop and Implement FWA’s

Dear John,

Have you thought about how to make your employees work easier and to get more with less?

Do some of your employees have difficulty getting to work on time, or rushing back from work to cook for your children?

Are your employees making the best use of their time at your workplace?

If you can relate to the above, you will benefit a lot by attending the 1-Day Workshop on How to develop and implement Flexible Working Arrangements (FWA’s) in your organization.

In this Workshop you will learn about the benefits of Flexi-Time, Flexi-Job, and Flexi-Place in your organization and what the benefits are installed for you and your employees.

For example, if the you can scatter the hours of work on “Flexi-Time” and allow your employees to work from 7am to 4pm, or 7.30am to 4.30pm, or 8am to 5pm, or 8.30am to 5.30pm, or from 9am to 6pm, or from 9.30am to 6.30pm, or from 10am to 7pm., you could have your company operations attended to from 7am to 7pm. every working day, with each employee having to work only for 8 hours a day.

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