Creating a Caring Culture to Attract and Retain Talent
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“Organizations need to realize that what is good for employees is also good for business, and they need to focus on creating an employee experience that shows the organization cares.”
Over the last several decades, economic forces have caused major changes in the workplace, one of which includes the shifting of power away from employers to employees (Morgan, 2015; Pink, 2009). Employees are now more likely than ever to search for a workplace that offers meaningful work, operates in socially responsible ways, and has an inclusive, fair work environment (Moore, 2014). To put this in perspective, in 2019 study conducted by Businessolver, researchers found 82 percent of employees surveyed said they would leave their current job for a more empathetic organization. Additionally 78 percent agreed they would work longer hours for a more empathetic employer.
To compete in the modern work environment, organizations need to demonstrate to their workers they not only support them in their work tasks, but they also genuinely care about them as people. While the importance of creating a caring workplace is growing, the understanding of what it means to care for employees and how organizations can show they care is lagging. In their latest whitepaper, Creating a Caring Culture to Attract and Retain Talent, Limeade offers information and tools to help readers understand what care is in an organizational setting and how organizations can create a caring culture to attract and retain talent.
Readers will learn:
- Why it is important for organizations to create and own a caring workplace
- What ingredients are necessary for a caring organization
- Strategies and tactics that lead to and sustain a caring workplace