Short supply on the employment market: retaining and keeping employees
3 October 2019 - Machines and robots can be useful for raising the added value of an organisation effectively and efficiently. But it is the employee who is still the most valuable asset within an organisation.
Value of employees
Especially in a tight employment market, most employers are becoming increasingly aware of the value of their employees. The budget available for retaining and keeping employees is therefore increasing. Various strategies are used for this purpose. For example, a higher basic wage, the allocation of a sports budget and (healthy) company catering. These are all excellent strategies in themselves, which are sure to have a positive effect.
But if you really want to retain and keep your employees, it is important to have a good, cohesive HR strategy, which is integrally linked to the mission and vision of the organisation.
Interconnected preventive measures in the field of HR lead to greater satisfaction among employees and increase productivity. The Mazars HR Scan provides qualitative and quantitative insight into how your organisation is doing. Using your input, we will stock take and analyse your HR organisation in terms of policy, implementation, labour law and tax law. Are you also keen to achieve an effective and efficient HR policy? Then we would like to invite you to fill in our HR Scan .
The HR Scan provides a handy baseline measurement. We will of course discuss the results of this scan with you and give you good advice. We are happy to do this in person, at your offices.
Want to know more?
Would you like to know more about the value of employees or our HR Scan? Please get in touch with your regular contact at Mazars or with Marko Edens directly by e-mail or phone on: +31 (0)88 277 13 69. He will be happy to help you.