Issue 169 - 04 | The Secret to an Engaged Workforce (That Shouldn’t Be So Secret)By Aron Ain
Published Oct. 10, 2018 2:00 p.m.
You know all this, which is why you’re already working hard to pump up that all-important employee engagement metric. You’re paying competitive salaries and benefits. You’re offering attractive career paths. You’re providing a whole array of attractive perks—social outings, free food, yoga classes, a swank office, flexible hours, the latest technology, maybe even a masseuse on premises. With all this, you think, why would talented employees possibly wish to go anywhere else?
There is a reason, one that you might have overlooked. … You see, employees might join companies because of the money, the perks, or the company’s brand, but they leave companies because of their managers.”
About Aron Ain | Aron Ain is the CEO of Kronos, a global provider of workforce management and human capital management cloud solutions, which are used by more than 40 million people every day within more than 35,000 organizations in more than 100 countries. Ain has spent his entire career at Kronos, playing a role in nearly every functional department. He is a multiyear recipient of Glassdoor’s Highest Rated CEO honor, and has earned Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year award, the Mass Technology Leadership Council’s CEO of the Year award, and the inaugural Ray Stata Leadership and Innovation award by the Massachusetts High Technology Council. During his tenure as CEO, Kronos has been recognized for its innovative product offerings, and has been named a “Top Place to Work” in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia, India, and China. Ain speaks often on engagement and people strategy, as well as on entrepreneurship and leading global organizations.https://www.kronos.com/