EXECUTIVE AND EMPLOYEE COACHING FOR OPTIMUM BUSINESS ACCELERATION
A Happy Employee is a More Productive Employee
As an employer I’m sure you care about your employees. After all a productive employee increases your bottom line. Studies have shown however that absenteeism, family issues, health issues and mental health issues detract from company profits by millions and even billions of dollars.
What if that could change for you? Wouldn’t it be worth it to you to invest in a program that could help your bottom line?
I have a solution that won’t cost you a fortune.
HOW IT WORKS
I have almost fifteen years of experience working with individuals through private coaching and hypnotherapy and more than 40 years experience running my own business.
How does this work for you? Through your HR department, based on recommendations from department managers or supervisors, I meet weekly for one hour with recommended employees. Whatever assistance they need to become more productive employees will be the focus.
What that means is:
Health related issues
And what is YOUR investment in this?
I will work a 30 hour work week seeing 30 employees per week.
In addition, I will offer workshops, seminars, meetings and classes.
Topics may include but are not limited to:
Wealth/Abundance Thinking or Scarcity Thinking. Which one are YOU in?
Your Emotional Guidance System
Undress for Success
Self Esteem and Self Worth
Your Money Attitude
Who's The Boss of YOU?
I would be happy to offer an in-house demonstration for your company!
Call me at 480-235-1731 or email me at
It’s time for you to GROW!
HOW IS YOUR EMPLOYEE COSTING YOU MONEY
Causes of absenteeism
Burnout, stress and low morale - Heavy workloads, stressful meetings/presentations and feelings of being unappreciated can cause employees to avoid going into work. Personal stress (outside of work) can lead to absenteeism.
Childcare and eldercare - Employees may be forced to miss work in order to stay home and take care of a child/elder when normal arrangements have fallen through (for example, a sick caregiver or a snow day at school) or if a child/elder is sick.
- According to the National Institute of Mental Health, the leading cause of absenteeism in the United States is depression. Depression can lead to substance abuse if people turn to drugs or alcohol to self-medicate their pain or anxiety.
- Employees who are not committed to their jobs, coworkers and/or the company are more likely to miss work simply because they have no motivation to go.
- Injuries, illness and medical appointments are the most commonly reported reasons for missing work (though not always the actual reason). Not surprisingly, each year during the cold and flu season, there is a dramatic spike in absenteeism rates for both full-time and part-time employees.
- Accidents can occur on the job or outside of work, resulting in absences. In addition to acute injuries, chronic injuries such as back and neck problems are a common cause of absenteeism.
Partial shifts - Arriving late, leaving early and taking longer breaks than allowed are considered forms of absenteeism and can affect productivity and workplace morale.
Other indirect costs and effects of absenteeism include:
Poor quality of goods/services resulting from overtime fatigue or understaffing
Excess manager time (dealing with discipline and finding suitable employee replacements)
Safety issues (inadequately trained employees filling in for others, rushing to catch up after arriving as a replacement, etc)
Poor morale among employees who have to "fill in" or do extra work to cover absent coworkers
Some proactive solutions:
Because missed work days have a profound financial effect on a company's bottom line, it is beneficial for most businesses to implement strategies to equitably monitor, reduce and respond to absenteeism.
(Source - Forbes)
14 Surprising Ways Employees Cost Companies Billions in the Workplace
Lost productivity due to insomnia costs companies $3,156 per employee
It costs $3,500 to replace one $8.00/hr worker, when you count the cost of recruiting, interviewing, hiring, training and initial reduced productivity
Stress costs companies somewhere between $200 and $300 billion each year
Workplace bullies can cost companies over $16 million in turnover and $8 billion in lost productivity
Businesses pay around $2,189 in workers' compensation costs for smokers, compared with $176 for nonsmokers.
Smartphones, time-wasting websites and gossip can cost U.S. companies an estimated $650 billion a year
A 2010 study showed that obesity among full-time employees cost their employers $73.1 billion a year
Substance abusers cost their employers $7,000 a year and are 33% less productive than the average American worker
Occupational injuries and illnesses add up to an estimated $48.6 billion in compensation costs
Workplace violence affects over 2 million Americans and costs an estimated $36 billion a year
Grief can lead to reduced productivity and increased mistakes, adding up to $75 billion a year
Domestic violence plays a larger role in the workplace than one might think, with a lost productivity cost of $727.8 million
Thievery and fraud in the workplace cost U.S. businesses $600 billion in 2003
Telecommuting could save American workers up to $3.9 billion in fuel costs
(Source - Business Insider)