How easy would your job be if people working in your sector wanted to work for you rather than any other employer? How much more productive would your organisation be? How much more would you enjoy your job? Some companies can tell you. They are the companies that the Sunday Times has listed as the AcanABest Places to Work.Acan They are companies as big as Asda and Microsoft, or as small as the Bromford Housing Association. They have managed, through hard work and dedication, to create an environment where employees feel valued and respected; where they feel so connected to the company that they go the extra mile to give the discretionary effort required to deliver great results.Judith Leary-Joyce, one of the researchers on the Sunday Times list, has studied what makes those companies tick. She has spoken to leaders, managers and employees within those companies to discover the secrets that have made them great places to work. This book will help you assess where your organisation is and make the business case for creating the sort of great company atmosphere that will attract top people who will deliver excellent results. It will help you become an employer of choice.Remember: having good people around will reflect well on you, so always know what potential you have in your team. Great managers hire people who are ... a#39; Building trusting relationshipsa#39; and a#39;responsible behavioura#39; are guiding principles for TD Industries of Dallas, Texas. Not much new there, I hear you cry - many companies have such fine words in their value set. So leta#39;s look at what they actuallyanbsp;...
|Title||:||Becoming an Employer of Choice|
|Publisher||:||CIPD Publishing - 2004|