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The Manager's Pocket Guide to Employee Relations by Terry L. Fitzwater

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Here are a few more ideas to increase an employee’s desire to remain with the company.

COLLEGERECRUITING,PRESENTATIONSTO HIGH SCHOOLSAND CIVIC GROUPS,SHUTTLE BUSES,CONTRIBUTIONS OFTIME AND MONEYTO LOCAL CAUSES ANDCHARITIES

Any one of these ideas will get your name in front of the public and from a positive perspective. The idea is to have anyone seeking employment think of you first; your employees will feel a great deal of pride in telling others w here they work. Bike-a-thons, walks for cancer, etc., coupled with the company’s name emblazoned on a T-shirt, are a recruitment and retention gold mine at very little expense.

The manager or supervisor is the individual who ultimately influences satisfaction. Let’s introduce an award for them. ...

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