Turnover happens, and some key employees are going to leave, whether for more money, a better work-life balance, new challenges, or another reason. And when hiring is on the uptick, quit rates typically follow suit, as recent Labor Department statistics point out. What is the cost of not preventing employee turnover? Trying to attach an … Continue reading Preventing Employee Turnover
Are your employees happy? Do you know what they’re saying about their jobs, the workplace, and even each other? Maybe now would be a good time to for an employee survey, especially if there’s a revolving door sucking the wind out of your retention efforts. Employee happiness can affect retention, engagement and more. Researchers at … Continue reading Employee Surveys Can Help Your Retention Strategy
For many workers, the idea of climbing a career ladder has been replaced with something that looks more like a path, complete with twists, stops, and redirections—a career map. And as they follow it, they’ll often look to managers, HR professionals, and company mentors to help them move toward the right experiences and opportunities along … Continue reading Career Mapping Can Help Boost Retention by Keeping New Hires Engaged
How to retain employees is a question that every company asks, especially in a competitive hiring environment where job hopping is more common.
Making onboarding a team effort helps align your new employee with their co-workers from day one. Find out how to form a mentoring program at your company.
Get more from onboarding by remembering the person you hired, training them on the right things, and making their first experiences memorable.
When you think about your newest hire, any number of things might go through your mind. Perhaps you’re wondering how well they’re handling their workload, if they’re connecting with coworkers, or if they’ve figured out the time & attendance software yet. But one issue that worries as many as 90% of leaders and executives—according to … Continue reading Onboarding Strategies Can Help Turn New Hires into Key Contributors