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Within the past months, superstores and fast food chains across the U.S. have increased their minimum payrate. You are no longer competing with companies in your industry as these chains are more likely to attract workers who value flexible hours if the pay is better than their current job.

How badly do people want a raise?*

  • 35% of people said they would give up their right to vote
  • 19% said they would give up their healthcare coverage for five years
  • 50% said they wouldn’t watch a movie for 3 years

    *Statistics pulled from LendEDU’s Survery

    What if you can’t afford a higher pay rate?

    If you’re unable to raise your payrates, your company culture can sometimes be enough to offset the difference. Keep your employees happy! How to keep your employees happy and motivated to do their best isn’t a mystery – we’ve broken down some ways for you.

  • Free snacks
  • Casual attire
  • Ability to work from home
  • Flexible hours

    These all contribute to job satisfaction, which has never been more important, overall lowers turnover.

    So what’s the big deal?

    With 3.7% unemployment, candidates don’t have to settle, and current employees need to know they’re valued. Set yourself apart to get and retain the best talent there is, let Focus help you today!

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