ERC Wins SHRM When Work Works Award

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ERC Wins SHRM When Work Works Award

ERC’s client service team accepted the company’s When Work Works Award from Cleveland SHRM at Corporate College East. Left to right: melissa koren, annie dohnal, sam marx, and Hayley McQuate

ERC is excited to announce that we’re one of three Ohio companies to win the Society for Human Resource Management’s 2018 When Work Works Award! This is the third consecutive year that we’ve received this honor.
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Leadership Development: It Takes a Community

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Leadership Development: It Takes a Community

WRITTEN BY DR. DAVID WATTERSON, FOUNDER OF ERC'S AFFILIATE, WATTERSON & ASSOCIATES, INC.

After more than four decades of studying and observing the process of developing leaders, I am convinced more than ever that it takes a multitude of educational inputs, life and work experiences, and learnings to culminate in a wise and effective leader. As much as we tend to look for fast and simple answers, it does not happen quickly.
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4 Signs Your Company Needs Cohesive Team Building

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4 Signs You Need Cohesive Team Building

Cohesive team building is not an easy feat. It takes time, energy, and commitment of the team members to truly achieve the desired results. It also takes awareness to realize you need to put the teams at your organization through a cohesive team building program.
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What Your Organization Can Do to Stop Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

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What Your Organization Can Do to Stop Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

With TIME Magazine’s declaration that the “Silence Breakers” (i.e., women who have come forward to report their personal experiences as victims of sexual harassment and assault in the workplace) as their “Person of the Year”, there is clearly a desire to see sexual harassment stamped out in the workplace. In addition to this public pressure for change, we’ve already established that sexual harassment in the workplace is expensive and damaging to employers and employees alike.
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11 Ways to Improve Employee Recognition

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11 Ways to Improve Employee Recognition

According to research by OfficeVibe, “65% of employees feel like they don’t get enough praise” and “82% of employees think it’s better to give someone praise than a gift.” This is the key difference between rewards and recognition. Rewarding an employee with a gift as a means of recognition is great but sometimes all employees want to hear is “job well done.”
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Leveraging Employee Engagement

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Leveraging Employee Engagement to Attract and Retain Top Talent

Pay and work conditions have always been important factors when it comes to obtaining top talent in the workplace. However, employee engagement has been shown to be one of the key factors when it comes to retaining that top talent.

Employee engagement is all about how you feel, how you are respected, how you are listened to, and how you are an integral part of the day to day operation. We talked with ERC's consulting department about employee engagement and how companies can be sure to retain top talent.
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