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Resilient Workforce – Some questions you should be asking

If you are not sure of the connection between employee resilience and your company’s ability to thrive in this economy, see how many of these questions you answer “Yes” to:

  • Do you believe it’s challenging for many people to focus on their jobs and keep their spirits up because of what’s going on in their lives and in the world?
  • Are you concerned about how much health care benefits cost your company?
  • Are you interested in keeping absenteeism and turnover costs down?
  • Does customer service quality play a major role in whether or not your company thrives?
  • Do you want your employees to respond to change with enthusiasm and determination, rather than fear and resistance?
  • Does intellectual capital – i.e. the knowledge, wisdom, and innovative capacity of your workforce – play a significant role in your ability to compete in the marketplace?
  • Do you place a high priority on having a positive, “can do” workforce, rather than a negative, complain-about-everything collection of whiners?

If you answered “Yes” to these questions, you need a resilient workforce.

Chosen excerpts by Job Market Monitor. Read the whole story at Why You Need a Resilient Workforce in Today’s Economy.

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