Workplace flexibility is a huge factor when it comes to employee retention. Will your post-Covid work strategies help you attract and retain employees or will you soon see a mass exodus of talent?
What does employee turnover and going to the doctor have in common? A lot! Imagine going to the doctor because you don’t feel well. She gives you a form, which has ten options to choose from. None of these descriptors fully apply to your symptoms, so you select the...
There’s never a good time to slash employee pay. So why would you consider doing so now with 8.1M job openings here in the U.S?
Are your employees at work or are they somewhere else? We’ve got workers who, in theory, are showing up for work every day, although they aren’t doing much in terms of work. They log into their computers, move some files around, answer a couple of emails, and work diligently to do as little as possible. They’re rarely confronted about their behavior because the majority of leaders hate confrontation. So, here’s what they do instead.
First, to fix a problem, you must recognize you have a problem. Start by asking yourself the following questions:
Are other people in my industry fully staffed, or am I the only one that seems to be struggling?
Has our applicant flow dropped lately, and if so, do I know why?
Have I seen a noticeable difference in the number of candidates turning down our offers? If the answer is yes, do I know why this is so?
Are my people trained in the art of employee selection?
Finding the right talent is hard. Finding the right talent that will prosper and stay is even harder when you do it alone.
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