Step 1: Clarify
Do you have a happy team?
If so - congratulations! You are very firmly in the minority.
Most teams are not happy, and therefore not engaged. Consider the following statistics:
- Surveys suggest that most employers would only re-employ around 25% of their current staff, given the option. That means that 75% of their staff are either not right for the job, or are not performing well for other reasons.
- 87% of people are not happy at work – therefore only 13% are happy.
- On average, 80% of management time is spent managing poor performers.
Do you know where you stand at the moment? We can help you find out. It's the first step to establishing a plan for increasing employee engagement, reducing staff turnover, and increasing productivity - and profits.
The first step in the Blues Point CLEAR process is to clarify your current situation, via an employee engagement and recruitment audit.
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