Technology continues to make huge advancements but many employees struggle each day to find their way at work and to engage and enjoy what they are doing. The responsibility of employee engagement is not all the employer’s. Yes, employers have the challenge of creating the platform for employees to be successful, but each employee needs to take responsibility for their own actions. They can control and learn not only the knowledge and skills to do their job but also to facilitate their success, regardless of their role. An Employee’s Survival Guide explores some of the basic knowledge and skills that too often are assumed employees have fully developed when they come to work. We all may have different needs and core values but there are some fundamental skills that you will be well served to focus on throughout your career, regardless of your role. This book helps you to continue developing and improving those basic skills. WILLIAM A. HOWATT, Ph.D., Ed.D., Post Doc Behavioral Science UCLA School of Medicine, is CEO of Howatt HR Consulting Inc., a strategic human resources management company. Howatt HR Consulting focuses on assisting companies to gain a significant competitive edge for their organization by minimizing risk to talent equity. This is accomplished through defining, designing, and developing talent management solutions for removing potential talent equity risks and to filling gaps.
- Client William A. Howatt (Author)
- Date February 17, 2014
- Tags Survival