BY LEAPROS® Human Resources
It can feel like a daunting task to negotiate your salary. We have been told that asking for more money isn’t polite. As a millennial, however, I firmly believe you should always negotiate your salary when you’re starting a new job, as well as when you’re up for a promotion with your current company. Though this can admittedly be a challenge, it can make a difference of hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Here are five tips to keep in mind for managing a remote workforce, and what kind of leader you'll need to be to keep your faraway employees faithful and productive.
Sure, salary and benefits are key factors, too. But for any good employee, being recognized for effort is as important to them as their paycheck – with the added bonus that a well-planned employee recognition program boosts retention and productivity.
Change is a gradual process. As much as most organizations would like to see big results from a new program, initiative or benefit sooner rather than later, it could take some time to see the fruits of their labor. Long-term improvements in culture or employee morale may seem daunting, but the patient employer often is rewarded.
When you need to bring in extra staff, how do you create a smooth transition for temporary workers and your existing team? Turns out, you can probably be doing more with more. Here's how.