The Employee Success Program section explores how to 1) design your employee success program and understand your impact, 2) implement key aspects of the employee success program, including recruitment, onboarding, wraparound services and training, and job placement / retention, and 3) support your employee success program through developing key systems/processes, partnerships, and culture.
Content Type: Overview
Attracting and selecting the right talent is essential to building a team that aligns with your organization’s mission and values. In this overview, we’ll provide you with practical tips and best practices.
Performance management is an ongoing process that helps build and maintain effective participant worker-supervisor relationships.
Overall, job training supplements work experience to equip participant workers with the skills needed for long-term success in mainstream employment and life.
Health and safety policies include a documented set of rules and procedures intended to protect employees from illness or injury caused by their work.
Data access, usability, and behavior includes how different types of data (e.g., financial and employee success program data) is collected and stored in technology or paper-based systems across the organization, as well as the process of cleaning, transforming, and modeling data to discover useful insights for decision-making.
A well-designed compensation and benefits program can serve as a powerful tool for attracting, motivating, and retaining talented employees.
Effective employee separation and off-boarding processes can help organizations maintain positive relationships with former employees, reduce legal risks, and ensure a smooth transition for remaining employees.
Key metrics – sometimes referred to as Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) – are quantitative or qualitative measures commonly used for assessing, comparing, and tracking performance or productivity in an organization.
The strategic purpose of corporate sponsorship fundraising is to activate corporate responsibility through meaningful value propositions. Corporate Sponsorship is a common choice for ESEs as the business will already have corporate partners.