What You Missed in February 2024

March 5, 2024

Employees want to know that they are valued, their work matters, and they’re making a difference. When managers adopt a human-centric approach to their leadership style, they’re showing their team that they care. They’re investing in employee development and their overall experience. When managers treat their employees as people and not just cogs in the machine, then they’re going to see higher rates of engagement, stronger feelings of purpose and alignment, and greater commitment and productivity.

Enjoy revisiting these blogs and the many tips and tricks included with each blog post. Please help us expand our community by following us on LinkedIn and Facebook and continue to visit Truvelop’s blog for valuable insights into best practices in performance management, real time feedback and employee engagement, and how to improve the overall employee experience.

Overall, 62% of operators say their restaurant does not have enough employees to support its existing customer demand, according to a National Restaurant Association survey. So, managers are increasingly pressured to find ways to retain talent but too often are left to make assumptions, try a few approaches, and see what works. However, when managers assume to know what is best for their employees, they lose respect and damage the manager-employee relationship.

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In March of 2023, Vonachen Group partnered with Truvelop to implement a proactive performance development tool for their team. Vonachen Group is a janitorial services and facilities management company headquartered in Peoria, IL, with locations across the Midwest. Vonachen Group believes that “the quality of our work depends on the quality of our people,” so it only makes sense that they adopt an easy-to-use technology to develop their people and create the best possible employee experience.

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In today’s fast-paced and ever-evolving work environments, the role of Human Resources has undergone a significant transformation. No longer merely focused on administrative tasks and compliance, HR now plays a pivotal role in shaping organizational culture, fostering employee engagement, and driving business success.  

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One of the many benefits of Truvelop is the messaging our Customer Success team sends to leaders and managers twice a month. Through Truvelop Tips, we share best practices, proactive recommendations, and quicks tips with end users on various topics. Here is an excerpt from the most recent Truvelop Tip: Adopt a Human-Centric Approach to Business.

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The building services and maintenance industry has an ever-growing gap in talent as the time to hire and the number of people retiring increases combined with the demand for upskilling to meet new technology standards. The job market for building services and maintenance is also expected to grow by 7% between 2021 and 2031. Building services and maintenance workers also have a high burn rate. One study found that absenteeism and employee turnover rate is as high as 37%.

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At Truvelop, we know that change isn’t just manager-driven. Employees have the ability to drive their own experience and create an environment that inspires growth and engagement. That’s why Truvelop sends out monthly Truvelop Tips directly to the employees of each of our clients. Here’s an excerpt from February’s Employee Truvelop Tip: Find Personal and Professional Alignment.

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In February’s Lunch and Learn, Take a Human Centric Approach to Leadership, the Truvelop team explored what it takes to implement a human-centric culture and what successful human-centric check-ins look like. By communicating with employees on a human-level, managers are boosting engagement, motivation, and feelings of belonging and commitment.

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As of 2022, the construction industry needed to fill 650,000 jobs just to keep up with the backlog. On top of that, less than 20% of Gen Z said they would even entertain a job in construction.  If the construction industry hopes to fill the skilled and unskilled labor gap, then they will need to rethink what construction jobs look like and how they handle employees.

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Up Next…

Investing in employee development is a sure way to improve retention. But, what’s the right way to promote growth? How can we equip managers with the right tools to coach and inspire their team? What kind of development is your organization prioritizing in 2024?

Contact us today to learn more about our modern approach to performance management and development and how it solves for retention. Don’t just take our word for it, see what our Customers have to say.

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