The CheckPoint HR Blog

Retaining Millennials: A How to Guide

Posted by Natale Benkert on Wed, Jul 13, 2016


Born between 1980 and 2000, millennials are the generation that will make up 75 percent of the workforce by 2025. Millennials are rapidly entering the workforce in large numbers and they are here to stay. They are the largest generation in US history, 92 million of which 61 percent are college educated, compared to the baby boomer generation with 77 million of which only 46 percent are college educated.

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Topics: hr, Employee Morale, employee engagement, millennials

The Importance of High Employee Morale

Posted by Bill Faughnan on Tue, Feb 12, 2013

Company and employee morale is an issue that many organizations tend to forget about between endless paperwork and meetings.  Employee morale may seem like just another item that is low on the long list of priorities that a manager has to deal with daily.  However, ignoring the morale of staff members can be a big mistake for an organization.  Keeping morale high can be easy and can have a large payoff for the company. 

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Topics: Employee Morale

Signs Your Employee May Be Unhappy

Posted by Bill Faughnan on Fri, Nov 16, 2012

As an employer, keeping employees happy is one of your most important duties. The success of your business depends on a motivated staff that enjoys coming to work each day. But you also need to identify any changes in employees’ work ethics, as they often provide information about the satisfaction level of your workers. A lack in motivation by employees is often a sign that they are thinking about leaving the job.

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Topics: Employee Morale, unhappy employees

Tips to Boost Employee Morale

Posted by Bill Faughnan on Mon, Aug 6, 2012

It can be difficult for employer’s to take time out of their busy schedules to work on increasing employee morale, but doing so has proven to lead to business success time and time again. Making employee satisfaction a priority can result in more dedicated, focused employees. The more satisfied an employee is with their job, the less likely they are to leave. It is this loyalty that allows companies to continue to grow and succeed, as new ideas are created and new revenue is generated.

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Topics: Employee Morale

Tips to Help with Employee Morale – Boosting Morale and Productivity

Posted by Bill Faughnan on Mon, Jun 18, 2012

Morale means a lot in the world of business.  If your employees don't feel good about themselves and their place in your company, your bottom line is likely to suffer.  From turnover to lower productivity, maintaining and improving morale in the workplace is important for any company.  While there are countless tips to help with employee morale, some are more effective than others, but all will help in the end.  Whether you can notice that low morale has infected your workplace or are just hoping to help maintain a good level of employee motivation, these tips to help with employee morale will help your company in addition to your employees.

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Topics: Employee Morale

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