1205, 2022

Shift the Hiring Imbalance Your Way

By |May 12th, 2022|

You can do this. No excuses…and we have your back. This is the first of an EDWC exclusive five-part series where we’ll use real-time data to optimally position your organization for attracting and retaining the workers you need. The approach: 1. Frame up the pool of talent you need 2. Determine what it takes to get new employees in the door 3. Reach the talent pool where others are not looking 4. Differentiate from [...]

2804, 2022

Making the Case for Employee Net Promoter Scores (eNPS)

By |April 28th, 2022|

Employee Net Promoter Scores can give you valuable insight into how engaged your employees are and how likely they are to refer others to work for you. Net Promoter Scores (NPS) have historically been used as a customer loyalty metric, developed in 2003 by management consultant Fred Reichheld of Bain and Company. The objective was to determine a clear and easily interpretable customer satisfaction score which can be compared over time or between different [...]

2704, 2022

The Definitive Guide to Net Promoter Scores

By |April 27th, 2022|

We all know the power of customer loyalty. But how do you measure it, how do you leverage it, and how do you improve on it? Enter…the Net Promoter Score (NPS). Developed back in 2003, NPS is a customer loyalty metric that seeks to identify a clear and simple customer satisfaction score. The beauty of this simple metric is that it can be used to measure results over time or between industries. NPS [...]

1003, 2022

Housing Inventory and Availability in Washington County

By |March 10th, 2022|

Community leaders, employers, and employees have long expressed concerns over the perceived inventory and affordability of housing in Washington County. Recently Washington County retained EDWC to conduct a comprehensive study on housing. Washington County Housing Availability & Affordability Key Findings   Through that study, we identified several key findings regarding housing affordability for the workforce in Washington County: Significant portions of the residents in Washington County are cost burdened, spending more than 30% and, [...]

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