PSC has released a new video.
The Pet Sustainability Coalition has released a new video with pet industry leaders weighing in on the importance of employee satisfaction to your bottom line.
All businesses want to attract and retain top talent. And in turn, top talent wants to work for a company that is driven by a purpose that closely aligns with their own set of values.
In a recent Fast Company article, Facebook reported that the most direct indicators of satisfaction for their employees are whether they believe in the company’s future, whether they feel aligned with the company’s vision and mission, and how confident employees are that the company is making the world a better place.
Workers who are fulfilled at work deliver a wide variety of benefits to their companies including increased innovation, fewer sick days, higher productivity, lower medical costs, and higher retention rates. Businesses who are able to provide a sense of purpose at work will dominate the market moving forward.
In a video produced by the Pet Sustainability Coalition, hear from Spencer Williams, CEO of West Paw Design, who talks about the value of empowering employees through transparency. Learn from Dennis O’Donnel from PAW5 who implemented a living wage for all employees while doubling profits. Sujan Shrestha talks about how human well-being is the lifeblood of the Himalayan Dog Chew company. And finally, icon Rebecca Hamilton from Badger Company shares how treating employees like family is good for business.
So, how healthy is your businesses when it comes to employee well-being? At the Pet Sustainability Coalition, employee well-being is one of the primary categories of sustainability performance. The organization can help you create a great place to work while enjoying measurable business benefits in the process. Coalition members get an objective look at how your business performance compares to more than 50,000 other businesses around the world. Find out more at www.petsustainability.org, and check out the video here: www.bit.ly/PSCengagingemployees