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June 2010 | MY SETTINGS
Strategies for Success
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Beware the Disengaged Employee! Take Steps Now to Protect Your Firm

What would happen to your business if you lost your 10 most valuable employees in the next six months?

Sound far-fetched? As the economy continues to improve, this frightening scenario could become a reality for many firms. The past two years of operating lean, asking our employees to do more with less, and implementing wage freezes have taken a big toll on morale. People are feeling stressed, frustrated, and disengaged with their jobs.

Smart companies are going on the offensive to combat this troubling trend before it cripples their businesses. To help you re-energize and re-engage your workforce, click here for a great article that explains how employees become disengaged and what you can do to reverse the trend.


Hi Kathy,

On a related note, if you're seeing signs of disengagement in your workforce, we should schedule some time to talk about your staffing strategy. Through a little proactive planning, we can develop cost-effective ways to deal with resource shortages, expand capacity, and take the stress off your team. If you'd like to schedule time to meet, please email me at june@jhstaffing.com.

Regards,

June Liberty
Johnson & Hill
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