The most valuable assets in any company are its employees. The competition for talent is growing and having employees who feel valued by their employers will help reduce costs and improve productivity.
Recruitment agencies are well-known for being committed to working very closely with clients that share their business objectives and recruitment needs. They also assist candidates who are interested in new job opportunities, providing them with exceptionally relevant career options through a meticulous process of evaluation, taking the time to match their career aspirations to some of the best opportunities in Malta.
Think back on your career and the managers you have had over the years. We all admit we had good managers, while others were not as good. But the question arises, what makes a manager, ‘good?’
Training and employee growth are two of the most fundamental factors in the development of both the employee and one’s respective employer.
Henry Ford once said, ‘The only thing worse than training your employees and having them leave is not training them and having them stay.’ This remark will never lose its relevance.
Even though our current digital era is generally perceived as advantageous, it is really and truly a double-edged sword. Using various digital methods to find candidates for top-tier positions can often provide a significant quantity of qualified candidates. However, what about those job roles which require a higher level of sophistication? This issue often results in the endless ‘quality over quantity’ debate.
Managing your staff is not as simple as leading them to the pinnacle of success or improving their productivity. Providing your employees with the right motivation and work environment to bring out their maximum potential and whole-person development.
Every manager worth his or her value in their organisation is faced with an ongoing challenge – how to motivate their work force, how to ensure that their employees bring, or will continue to bring, energy, passion and a positive attitude to work every day.
Is the idea of improving productivity there to create problems between employers and employees? Not at all. Productivity has been on the agenda of many governments, politicians, academics and economists ever since the economies of various countries started coming back to normal following the Second World War.