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Recognizing a Cash Cow.
Yes, you can save millions of dollars and impact net earnings by building dream teams while flourishing in any industry. Employee turnover rates represent one of the biggest costs for businesses today. It is crucial for employers to hone in on their workforce, especially the cash cows, the overachievers who bring innovation (extra milk) to the company. Oftentimes, this milk dries up due to lack of open idea exploration or being stubbornly stuck in an old, archaic system of working that will always fail in this new millennium. This book offers practical ways to Recognizing a Cash Cow and even develop gold mining teams by creating a new environment with new attitude toward your greatest asset, your people!
End the cycle of losing profits due to high employee turnover, with all those exits, vacancies, and recruitment costs. Beyond the monetary losses, you are also losing too much in terms of invaluable knowledge, customer relationships, productivity, and damaged workplace morale. Be empowered by learning the art of honing in on treasure troves right in your midst. This book has solid methodologies for Asset Optimization of Human Capital for developing workforces that will take your company to higher dimensions of real sustainable growth.
Increase profits and impact the bottom line by transforming your greatest asset, the people. Develop win-win creative cultures.
This concept is no rocket science breakthrough —such a simple read and yet so rare to find in management with a workforce that is so focused on results. Identify your cash cows. Thanks, Regina Newberry, for this book.
People empowerment —learn the basics, find out how it is done by an expert in this field.
Regina Newberry has made this topic accessible for you.
Recognize and appreciate —these 2 words are basic, but oftentimes set aside in a company. Failing to recognize your company's unsung heroes will result in losing them. Do not let your business competitors recognize them before you do. This book is a must-read.