How To Build Stronger Relationships With Your Employees Virtually

How To Build Stronger Relationships With Your Employees Virtually 

Building relationships as a virtual team is not easy. Having employee huddles that are engaging is not easy. Watch how one company figured out how to accomplish both, consistently fostering relationships through virtual huddles.


CEO Gives Employees $2,000 To Go On Vacation 

Mark Douglas, CEO of SteelHouse, which provides a self-service advertising platform, pays his employees to take vacation. If you work at SteelHouse, the company will pay you $2,000 a year to go anywhere in the world and do anything you want. You can spread it out across multiple trips or blow it all at once; Douglas leaves it up to the team member. Employees are not allowed to take the cash—they must use it for an actual vacation. The results have spoken for themselves, Douglas says. In the last three years, only five people out of 250 have left the company, three of whom left for reasons unrelated to the job itself. Check out the full story


Hireology, The DiJulius GroupHow To Win The War On Talent

2019 might be one of the hardest times ever to find good people. There are more jobs available than people looking. It is an employee market with turnover at an all time high across the US. How does a company grow while struggling to find enough new talent? The answer is to have an effective recruitment marketing and hiring strategy in place that excites today’s job seekers.  

Debra Senra knows a thing or two about hiring and retaining top talent. Debra is the Vice President of Customer Success at Hireology, regarded as one of the top companies helping over 6,500 of their clients attract and hire their best teams and quickly integrate them with the rest of the organization.

“Today’s top talent spends a significant amount of time researching job opportunities before applying to open roles. And one of the key criteria they take into consideration when making career moves is a company’s employment brand,” says Senra. “Recent data found that 69 percent of job seekers would reject a job offer from a company with a bad employer brand.” 

*Related – Win the Applicant Economy to Boost Customer Satisfaction by Debra Senra


DebraHeadshot, The DiJulius GroupDebra Senra Presenting At The Customer Service Revolution

The DiJulius Group is thrilled to announce Debra Senra will be presenting at the 2019 Customer Service Revolution. The title of Debra’s presentation is Win the Applicant Economy: Attract Top Talent in Today’s Competitive Hiring Market. In this presentation, Debra will help you: 

  • Identify the current and future talent and recruiting challenges in the market
  • Measure the success of your people operations – and areas for improvement – by defining hiring KPIs 
  • Understand key motivators for today’s job seekers – including millennials
  • Map actionable next steps to differentiate your business and attract top talent 

Enroll for the Relationship Center workshop on September 10th, 2019 in Cleveland, OH!

About The Author

John DiJulius

John R. DiJulius is a best-selling author, consultant, keynote speaker and President of The DiJulius Group, the leading Customer experience consulting firm in the nation. He blogs on Customer experience trends and best practices.