If employees do not feel comfortable in the environment within the organization—chances are they will not be staying for long. Here are ways to shape a culture that drives employee loyalty.
Creating a workplace that is respectful, inclusive and ethical is essential to attracting and retaining employees. Cultural changes require all employees to continually work toward collective goals and leadership to provide the technology and tools to make it happen.
Improving workplace culture is not passive. Companies must proactively seek employee input to eliminate sexual harassment, discrimination, endangerment, and bullying.
A 9 step approach reducing your risk of employee risk.
Maintaining privacy is critical as incidents go unreported because of concerns of bias, favoritism, and retaliation. Anonymity of reporting and automation of policy ensures consistent and compliant actions.
How can leadership close the gap between them and their employees?
Incident resolution is best accomplished when fair processes are predefined and consistently enforced. Technology establishes audit trails on who knew and when they knew and confirms all policies and procedures followed and communicated appropriately.
Capture and organize all the relevant facts needed to properly investigate and determine the appropriate course of action.
Employees don’t believe phone calls are anonymous; web-based reporting ensures anonymity and increases reporting.
Automated checks and balances, pre-defined consistent and compliant workflows, disparate impact reporting ensure fair and equitable treatment.
All actions and decisions are centrally and securely logged and retained for role-based access and post-action evaluation.