Employers who think their people leave for more money: 89%
Employees who actually do leave for more money: 12%
What a disconnect!
Warning: When I talk about diversity, culture and business I tend to get passionate and a little preachy. Pardon me in advance….
You see, culture and diversity are at the very core of who I am. Let me explain, I am not only a person of “color” based on my skin’s tone, but a person of “color” based on my creative mind,
Are there really persuasive phrases that work like magic? Even with those difficult-to-deal-with people? Yes, there are. And, there’s one that is perhaps the most powerful and effective of them all.
Today’s ever-changing workforce brings new challenges to employers: Changing demographics, new work styles and expectations, tremendous turnover, and intense competition for top talent started a shift in 2008 to 2009, priorities changed and companies invested in these three areas:
When Randy Moss is on top of his game, he's one of the best wide receivers in NFL history. With exceptional speed, great hands and an innate ability to gain separation on defenders, Moss is second all-time with 152 touchdown receptions in his career. But even with his unmistakable talent, Moss has long been dragged down by his off-the-field reputation as a prima donna, a me-first guy and a troublemaker who always wants to be the star.