Is Your Back to the Office Plan Hitting Rocky Roads?

Road construction signYou have a conflict with your staff.

While working at home, they discovered lots about it they like and treasure. Now, they fear losing those benefits plus facing expenses and inconveniences (think commuting) of returning to the office.

It’s not that they don’t get the benefits of working as a team.

It’s just that their losses loom so much larger.

Elsewhere employees are threatening to resign if forced to return full-time. At the very least, if your return to the office package isn’t competitive, your staff will look elsewhere.

It’s an employees’ market. Well-paid opportunities, some with work-from-home options, exist—especially for your most talented staff. 

You want to retain your staff. You want them back in the office, plus you don’t need “an attitude” when they get there.

That’s not all: you want more. You hope to use what you learned to craft an even better nonprofit that accomplishes more. To get there, you need to discover ways forward that meets your goals and responds to your staffs’ needs.

If this is you, let’s talk about how you can accomplish these objectives in the next 30 days. With my help, you’ve can capitalize on this  terrific opportunity to build a better than ever staff team.

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