Motivated by a shortage of talent, and fueled in part by record low unemployment and a spike in business confidence, companies are bolstering efforts to improve the workplace experience.
Category: Employee Retention
Employee retention includes any efforts or practices designed to keep your employees working for you.
A new survey provides insight into the factors that professionals consider when making career decisions.
Recruiting professionals are using human-centered approaches in the workplace, and a new report by Globoforce® suggests that it might help resolve retention, recruitment, and culture management challenges.
Gallup’s recent State of the American Workplace survey shows that only one-third of employees are engaged at work. That leaves two-thirds of your employees that are at the very least not engaged. Some of them might even be actively disengaged! How is this influencing your company?
A new survey from job site Glassdoor finds that 35 percent of hiring decision makers expect more employees to quit in 2018. Among those surveyed nearly half (45 percent) indicate that salary is the top reason for employees changing jobs, followed by career advancement opportunities, benefits, and location.
A new report from Namely, a leading HR platform for mid-sized companies, examines trends in the HR profession. “HR Careers Report 2018” is based on data from more than 1,000 companies.
It’s an age-old dilemma that takes on greater significance in a tight labor market. When an employee resigns, should you try to talk him or her into staying? And if so, how should you approach the issue?
Conventional wisdom says, when you realize you’ve made a mistake, cut your losses and move on.
One of the most noteworthy statistics in a recent survey is that 29 percent of C-level executives and vice presidents say it’s “usually a surprise” when an employee resigns. That’s a large percentage of leaders who are missing the signs.
Let’s face it. Bad employees are just future turnover waiting to happen. However, with the right approach, some may be salvaged.