Archive For: May 2017
Employees dread boring team building events that add little to no value to their life. Another team pot-luck not only requires them to do work—cook or buy a dish to bring—but promotes forced conversation in a casual environment.
They say there’s nothing like a little friendly competition to bring people together. After over 20 years of creating, hosting, and experiencing team building activities, we have proof to back that up. People love a little friendly competition, so much so that most of our programs feature some competative elements.
Onboarding and training new employees can be costly, $4,129 according to a 2016 SHRM survey. Financials aside, finding people who will continue to thrive in your existing company culture can also be a challenge; holding on to the employees you already have helps you eliminate both of these challenges.
Imagine you recently hired a new employee. However, within a few months, this new employee ends up leaving you. There are a wide variety of reasons why they might choose to leave. It’s possible that the problem is they were never properly introduced to the company.