Employee resignations are on the rise. Here are three ways to ensure you don’t lose your best talent.
Let’s be clear here. People don’t work for companies—they work for people, which is why a personalized approach to hiring produces a much higher yield in terms of accepted offers than treating people like a number.
The challenge of attracting and keeping people isn’t going to go the way of the stimulus money. Now’s the time to take stock of the reality of your situation and take bold steps to attract the right talent for your organization. When you do, be sure you are doing everything humanly possible to keep these people as well.
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?
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?
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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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