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Predictive analytics unlocks another capability of research data using characteristics of employees, their perceptions and other information to predict the likelihood of future behavior. When applied to Stay Interview data, that reveals the root causes for intents, predictive analytics can tell you even more about the likelihood of turnover at the employee-level and how to prevent it.
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The nation’s leading manufacturing executives gathered in Washington D.C. last week for the Manufacturing Workforce Symposium, a one-day conference led by the Manufacturing Institute, to discuss critical workforce issues challenging the growth of manufacturing in the United States.
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5 Musts for Conducting Exit Interviews

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Under normal marketplace conditions, it’s important for organizations to conduct exit interviews with former employees as a step to reduce turnover, increase retention and protect profits. In an employee-in-control marketplace, where approximately 3 in 4 reasons for turnover could have been prevented by the organization, it becomes critical for organizations to conduct exit interviews in the most effective manner.
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5 Popular Blogs of 2017

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From exit interviews, to first year employee turnover, to employee retention, to the cost of employee turnover, and all the way to Adele's Grammy performance, our most popular blogs in 2017 have covered quite a bit.
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Use Your Power: Stop First Year Turnover

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New job creation is at record highs, unemployment is at record lows and skilled workers are in short supply, placing employees in a powerful position to change jobs when their current role doesn’t meet their expectations. According to the 2017 Retention Report, employees are wielding their power frequently as 34% of all employee turnover in 2016 was from employees within their first year of employment
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Categories: Onboarding, Exit Interviews, Retention | Tags: Onboarding Studies , Exit Interviews , Process Evaluation , First Year Turnover , Employee Retention | Comments: (0) | View Count: (85)
As insights from the 2017 Retention Report were revealed, we found the data disproves the popular assumption that exit interview data is only from disgruntled employees.1 In fact, this data refutes the idea that exiting employees are just disgruntled with their manager and organization, period.
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Focus on the Entire Employee Experience

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In order for organizations to achieve long-term employee engagement they must focus on the long-term employee experience, from the start of the employee cycle all the way through to the end. That is, from the very first time a potential employee is contacted in the recruitment initiatives, to the onboarding process, throughout their employment with the organization, and all the way through to when the employee finally does leave.
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Voluntary employee turnover comes with a steep price tag in the US, costing businesses $536 billion in 2016 alone according to the 2017 Retention Report. If you’re experiencing sticker shock, you will wince at findings in that same report, which reveal the reasons most employees cite for leaving are preventable and that those preventable reasons for leaving are on the rise, threatening employers with a growing fee for employee turnover.
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Over the past 45 years, there have been multiple empirical studies to validate how companies can gain the most reliable information from departing employees to best understand why they left their organization. These scientific studies show that two things are necessary to ensure companies obtain the most accurate information from departing employees.
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The Information Technology industry is thriving in the United States. Multiple trends illustrate the industry’s boom, including growth in total workers in the past year, the total number of jobs as compared to other industries, the total jobless rate for technology professionals and the fact that technology roles represent about 8% of the nation’s economy.
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