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Why Businesses Need to Find Their Perfect Employee

In the current economic and business climate we find ourselves in, finding and retaining that perfect employee we all love so much has become much harder. There are strategies, however, to find great employees and then, once that happens, it’s up to you to keep them happy and make sure they don’t leave.

Putting your company out there online and utilizing job recruitment websites and bulletin boards is the first things you want to consider. Most prospective employees are turning to online job searches as their primary tool in finding new employment. Job seekers these days are all too familiar with employers referring them to their websites for an online application. So many of them do not inquire at your place of business anymore. Take advantage of this trend by maintaining a high level of online saturation to attract that perfect employee.

The business employee of the modern world is also very interested in flexibility. Looking at virtual offices with a live virtual receptionist ensure a high level of flexibility, and with many mothers returning to the workforce, flexibility is huge. Companies that let the employees pick their shifts and are flexible about hours and childcare issues tend to produce happier and more productive employees. And when this happens, your retention rate shoots through the roof.

There are always good employee prospects out there, its just about finding what’s perfect for you and your business. Keeping them in this high turnover environment is a difficult challenge, but one that if conquered will give your business a high level of success. Many companies simply embrace the fact that employees are not going to stick around forever, so the mood and environment at the business project that onto the employee. This in turn contributes to a high turnover rate, one that we have seen in the past five or so years. Businesses that go out of their way to ensure employee happiness do much better than those that accept turnover as inevitable. Small things go a long way with workers and you should not underestimate the impact a small gesture can make.

Taking advantage of the online job seeking trend, being a flexible employer and maintaining a happy work environment are small things that can go a long way to building a successful company.

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About Jim Jacques

Jim Jacques is the President of United Virtual Office, a leading nationwide provider of virtual offices for entrepreneurs, startups and small businesses. A virtual office includes an address at a prestigious business location in the US, live virtual receptionist, courier services and more. Google +