Karen Casey, Head of People and Culture at Canidae Pet Food, discusses you can increase employee performance while maintaining an employee-centered culture.
Welcome another great thought leader, Karen Casey, to the podcast. When trying to increase employee performance, it can be easy to lose sight of maintaining an employee-centered culture. We will discuss how you can keep it in mind!
What you’ll learn from this episode:
- To begin, what is an employee-centered culture?
- Second, when trying to increase employee performance how do you balance employee burnout?
- In addition, how do you help employees manage their day?
- And a lot more…
How to find Karen Casey and Canidae Pet Food:
Canidae Pet Food:
At Canidae, they believe that what’s best for our pets is best for us all. That’s why for the last 25 years they have been committed to providing high-quality pet food for pets and their people. Their products are packed full of goodness to bring out the best in pets, with recipes made from wholesome ingredients and formulated for whole-body health.
Goodness comes through not just in the quality of Canidae’s ingredients and formulas, but also through the dedicated employees they hire. The talented teams at their plant in Brownwood, Texas, their headquarters in Stamford, Connecticut, and their national sales force across the country work together every day to bring happiness and health to pets because they believe that happy pets make happy humans. Joining Canidae means joining a company committed to nurturing the health of pets and their people but also the health of our planet at large, through their investment in regenerative agriculture and sustainable business practices.
About Employee Cycle:
Employee Cycle is changing the way HR leaders use data! We change their disconnected employee data into a user-friendly, centralized, and real-time People dashboard. We help companies view, track, and analyze their workforce data in one place. As a result, companies avoid risks, save costs, and increase their employee lifetime value.