It’s been said that companies tend to focus on recruitment, and overlook retention. But in today’s tight labor market, it turns out retention may be getting too much attention.
Category: Employee Retention
Employee retention includes any efforts or practices designed to keep your employees working for you.
Job candidates want to know about career paths. Is your company prepared for this conversation?
A new survey finds pension benefits are a major factor for most workers in North America when deciding to accept a job. What’s more, interest in the benefits is widespread, regardless of age.
A new report finds that while employee engagement and retention are strategic priorities for a majority of U.S. organizations, budgets remain static, presenting a challenge for many employers.
New research finds employees and hiring managers have different views when it comes job hopping.
Data shows employees’ confidence in business conditions reached a seven-year high in 4Q 2017, as well as an increase in the percentage of employees looking for positions outside their organization.
The 2017 Strategic Benefits Survey from the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) finds that organizations need to move away from thinking about benefits in traditional ways and instead adopt a strategic mindset that considers the impact of benefits on employee recruitment and retention.
New research examines the link between digital proficiency and an organization’s ability to attract and retain talent.
Make no mistake: High employee turnover impacts the day-to-day operation of your business. It also sends a message to prospective job candidates, and the message isn’t “work here.”
There are several myths about career advancement.