If a fantastic worker who seemed to love their job suddenly quits, it might be a sign that you need to look within your organization to figure out what went wrong. Before you are handed another resignation letter, consider a few of the top reasons good employees leave a job they love:
While common factors such as company culture, schedule, and wages often cause employees to leave, there may be another factor involved in an employee’s decision to stay with or leave a job… a factor that's easily overlooked: developmental training programs.
In today’s market, it’s no secret that it’s easier than ever for employees to job hop, making one of the best ways for your company to stay ahead of the game is to focus inward and retain the talent you already have.
How many millions have been spent trying to retain the best of the best? Is it working in your company? While benefits and perks go a long way to keeping you competitive, in the end, retention almost always boils down to employee engagement and that ALWAYS boils down to the individual’s immediate supervisor.
Employee turnover is normal at any company, but if you’re losing employees more often than expected, it may be time to take a look at what you can do differently.
You’ve worked hard recruiting and training your team, so it hurts when one of them leaves. Focusing inward and working to retain the talent you already have one of the best ways to stay ahead of the game. We have a few ideas to get you started:
Employee retention among the millennial generation is a growing concern as they are known for job hopping. So how do you keep millennials around? We have come up with a few retention strategies to help.
As an employer, you want to provide the best culture to keep your team as happy and healthy as possible. It’s impossible to eliminate every stressor within the workplace, but some common stressors can be, and the rest can be managed. Check out these best practices to help make your work environment less stressful:
Even though we’re all exhausted from the hardship of 2020, prioritizing employee engagement is just as important as ever – if not even more so. Improving your team’s engagement is not only beneficial for your company culture, but also for employee satisfaction and retention – not to mention productivity and profitability.