May 8, 2019
By Mel Kleiman, CSP
Yes, you read that right
The fact is, if your employees don’t “pay” enough for
the right to work for your organization, you and they may not have your jobs
Now, I understand that most of us don’t think we need to “pay” for the right to be employed. It’s the other way around, right? They pay us to show up and do our jobs.
My point is that, while doing their jobs, employees have to produce more in value than they cost; otherwise, the company is on its way to going to go out of business.
So, instead of focusing on the money they earn, encourage your people to look at how much they make for your organization. The more valuable they become to you and the organization, the more money will be made by everyone.
“There is no future in any job;
the future is in the person who does the job. “
Certified Speaking Professional Mel Kleiman is an internationally recognized speaker, consultant and author on strategies for hiring and retaining the best hourly employees and their managers. He is the president of Humetrics, a leading developer of systems, training processes, and tools for recruiting, selecting, and retaining an hourly workforce. For more information, call (713) 771-4401, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.humetrics.com and www.kleimanhr.com.