Submitted by Aflac Incorporated
Originally published on Authority Magazine
Can you share a few things that employers, managers and executives should be doing to improve their company work culture?
In a time when society is profoundly divided, it’s critical to create a culture where employees feel safe and belong.
This is something that starts at the top and permeates throughout the organization. For example, at my company, over three decades ago, our Chairman and CEO Dan Amos said, “I don’t want everyone at the table to look like me,” and he began building a culture of diversity and inclusion that still stands strong today. A big part of this is active listening. It’s key. Whether you’re in a position of leadership or an individual contributor, getting direct feedback will help you better understand how you can best serve your employees, consumers, communities and each other — and by putting what you learn into action, you’re building trust and rapport with those around you.
What are your “5 things employers should do to attract and retain top talent during the labor shortage?”
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