Chicago, IL (PRWEB) September 20, 2012
TNS Employee Insights is proud to announce that is has contributed to The Work Style magazine, a global monthly publication full of fresh ideas and original images intended for motivated professionals and the working industry. The article titled, “Train to Retain” focuses on the presumption that leaders are in charge of making decisions for an entire organization, and how crucial it is to implement proper training programs for employees to become fully engaged and committed to the organization, from the onboarding stage through retirement.
An analysis of high performing organizations illustrates that when a company takes strides to measure and increase engagement, the company is recommended as a good place to work 74 percent of the time. Taking such data into consideration, TNS Expert Consultant, Dick Buckles, uses his industry knowledge to discuss how leaders need to focus on creating quality and valuable employee training programs in order to further the education of new and existing employees in order to address key business goals. Yet, in light of recent economic struggles, Buckles emphasizes the concern that many organizations decide to cut these training programs initially, regardless of the apparent added value.
Another TNS Expert Consultant, Edward Tamson, also provides his expertise on encouraging organizations to implement and develop training programs in this time of economic crisis. Additionally, Tamson authors a short commentary titled, “Benefits and Beyond” on various types of material-based and non-material-based incentive programs, and the associated effect on employee motivation and productivity.
For additional information on how to collaborate with TNS, or gain complimentary statistics from the Normative Database for outside publications and case studies, please contact Scott Spayd, TNS marketing and consulting.
Please visit the Magazine Section of Issue #10 on The Work Style magazine website at: http://www.theworkstylemagazine.com.