In today’s rapidly shifting workplace dynamics, understanding the needs and expectations of Gen Z workers is paramount for leaders aiming to future-proof their organization. But, as many business leaders know, the journey to meet these evolving demands—be it through tech upgrades, flexible working options, or enhanced benefits—often comes with a hefty price tag. It’s a […]
Over the past year, Magnet Culture and WeCare Connect, a leading provider of employee surveys in the U.S. and Canada, have been on a mission to truly understand the heartbeat of the new workforce. Using invaluable data from thousands of employee surveys, we’ve published almost a dozen articles sharing insights gathered directly from today’s employees.
Many managers believe they provide their team the support they need to thrive. However, what “support” means to you, may be very different from what your team perceives it to be. Staff leave organizations for a myriad of reasons, but one of the most often repeated complaints is “I didn’t get the support I needed.”
In any organization, the approach to problem-solving must be a collective effort that permeates every level – from executives to front-line workers. Let’s start from the top. Executives play a pivotal role in establishing a culture of problem-solving. They must ensure that supervisors are well-equipped with the necessary tools and resources to assist their teams
Navigating the sea of leadership comes with its fair share of triumphs and tribulations. But as invested leaders, let’s go ahead and ask the uncomfortable, but essential question: – Are we, inadvertently, embodying traits of bad management? At first glance, the term ‘bad management’ might elicit images of harsh, overbearing leaders, but poor management can
Excerpt from Magnet Culture’s, “Redefining Employee Retention: Embracing a New Approach to Regain Staffing Stability”. For managers, what is on fire gets their attention, which is understandable. But while managers are doing the absolute best they can to stay afloat in this chaotic situation, staff continue to leave because they don’t feel managers truly care
Excerpt from Magnet Culture’s, “Workforce Wake-Up Call: How Many Must Leave Before Retention Becomes a True Priority?” After years of helping clients retain employees, we’ve found that while everyone has a role in decreasing turnover, manager effectiveness is the key. But why aren’t managers effective? Think about everything your managers have to deal with right
We’ve experienced the “Great Resignation” of our workers and based on a plethora of recent conversations I’ve had with executives, directors, and managers across various industries, I’m now predicting, “The Great ManagementWalk-Out.” Are you aware of how much managers are currently juggling and just how close they are to their breaking points? So, what happened?