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Employee Loyalty is a Two-Way Street

I recently conducted a radio interview with radio on the state of employee loyalty.  One of the things I liked about the discussion was we got into the role of both the employer and employee in having a loyal workforce.  Far too often the emphasis is on what the organization should be doing to foster employee loyalty but employees have a role in it too.  I think too often employees can have the type of attitude where nothing the organization does is ever good enough, Senior Leaders are clueless, and there is no future for them at the company.  Now, there are a lot of companies where these are all true, but I think in a lot of companies the Senior Leaders aren't entirely clueless and companies may try to do the right thing, it may not be perfect but there is an effort to try to take care of the employees, even in some small ways.  So click here listen to this radio interview and let me know your thoughts on employee loyalty being a two-way street.



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Chris Woolard

Chris Woolard

Chris is responsible for the sale, design, implementation, account management, and consulting for his clients’ employee and customer assessment programs. He focuses on employee loyalty consulting and is considered Walker’s employee loyalty expert. He has worked with many companies on customer due diligence solutions.

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  1. Chris, If our sweet Lord Jesus grants my prayer request, of a Associate Professor Interview at IUPUI, would you be willing to come meet with my Freshman students, and give them some encouragement about what Employers will be looking for? Would you also be willing to meet with people later along, in case what employers are looking for changes? Thanks Jeremie Merry Christmas

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