In today’s diverse and dynamic workforce, it’s no secret that employees come from a wide range of age groups. From Baby Boomers to Generation Z, each generation brings its own unique perspective, skills, and experiences to the table. However, we often find ourselves succumbing to the harmful practice of labeling employees based on their generation… Continue reading The Harm of Workplace Labeling: How Generational Stereotypes Hold Us Back
High employee turnover can be a costly and disruptive issue for any organization. Managers and HR departments seeking to improve employee retention and engagement are likely to wonder: what are the most common causes of high employee turnover? Understanding the causes of employee turnover is critical for employers looking to retain top talent and build… Continue reading What Are The Most Common Causes Of High Employee Turnover?
The following is a guest post by Whitney Martin from ProActive Consulting and Danny Nelms from Work Institute. For those who are fans of the NFL, the last few weeks (some would say months) of “buzz” have been filled with trade rumors, mock drafts, and non-stop discussion of which team is going to pick… Continue reading Hiring Lessons from the NFL Draft
Employee retention is a top priority for any organization, regardless of its size, type, or short- and long-term goals. And with a modern workforce that expects more from their employers, organizations are discovering that they need to work harder than ever to retain top talent. “The Great Resignation” served as a major wake-up call… Continue reading Employee Retention Strategies Your Company Should Try
To generate actionable employee feedback, organizations must be able to understand the actual reasons for employee departure. Organizations must realize there is strategic information that should be secured from the talent who left the organization. The organization needs to get the truth from former employees about the company, their job, their supervisor, and their team.… Continue reading How to Generate Actionable Feedback from Employees
Employee attrition: it’s easily one of the most pressing – and complex – issues facing organizations today. As countless news stories proclaim that our society is in the midst of “The Great Resignation,” many employers are investing more time and effort than ever into improving retention. But before your organization can implement a strategy… Continue reading Why Do People Quit Their Jobs?
As we get into the middle of January, employers eagerly implement retention strategies to stave off the wave of employee turnover that occurs soon after a New Year begins. With that, several articles are published telling employers how these exact practices will engage and retain workers, but are these effective ways to keep valued employees… Continue reading Employee Retention Strategies are Not “One Size Fits All”
Understanding the concept of an employee value proposition (EVP) has always been important, but never more so than now. As employers face a significant shift in the expectations of both current and prospective employees – as well as record-high voluntary attrition rates – developing a strong employee value proposition is essential. In this guide, we… Continue reading Employee Value Proposition: How To Win The War For Talent
It’s a fact, to learn the real reasons employees leave, and make decisions on the truth as employees perceive it, organizations must ask employees why they left in a way that brings out the truth. When used effectively, exit interviews reveal the true causes of employee turnover and inform targeted strategies to improve employee retention.… Continue reading Why Exit Interviews are Critical to Employee Retention
What gets measured gets managed. With the estimated costs of employee turnover ranging from 33% up to 200% of the departing employee’s salary, it is imperative for organizations to understand exactly what goes into the overall cost of employee turnover. There are multiple layers in beginning to calculate the exact costs of turnover which is… Continue reading The Cost of Replacing an Employee