Employee Retention

Expert Speak

Employees Walking Out? It's More than Bad Luck, It's Bad Business

The total cost of losing an employee is estimated to range from 90 to 200 per cent of the employee's annual salary. When an employee walks out the door, it impacts your business immediately.
Employee Retention

Want Employees to Stick Like Glue? Attract Them With Meaning

Today's talent has such an aversion to simply putting in time that workers will sacrifice money for meaning.
Company Culture

Want a Killer Culture Like the Top Tech Firms? Start Some Company Rituals.

If your workplace culture isn't alive with positive rituals, you may be losing top talent and street cred.
Employee Retention

Employees Walking Out? It's More than Bad Luck, It's Bad Business

Research shows staff turnover is one of the most expensive and difficult workforce challenges facing organizations
Employee Retention

How Improving Employees' Work Lives Increases Retention

To retain talented employees, businesses must have meaningful conversations with them, praise their work -- and let them stay home.
Burnout

When Hustling Is Harmful: How to Save Your Employees From Burnout

Sure, you want your employees to work hard, but what happens when they buy into the mentality of grinding until they drop? Rather than laud your team's workaholics, promote balance to get better -- not more -- work.
Managing Employees

How to Solve the Good Person, Wrong Seat Problem

If you have a highly skilled but low performing employee, before you let them go, think about where they might fit better in your organization.
Employee Retention

Your Employees Really Are Your Biggest Strength and Growth Drivers

The worker retention percentage of any company is directly related to its productivity and growth. Here are 10 tips to ensure the workforce stays happy and faithful
Employee Retention

Is Your Parental Leave Policy Driving Away Top Talent?

Small businesses that don't accommodate families will lose talent to larger companies that do.
Workplace Wellness

Why You Shouldn't Be Thinking About Induction on Day One

Often companies want to run inductions that are intense and short to get their new hires ramped up and productive. The issue is this approach leads to 'death by PowerPoint'
Managing Employees

4 Ways to Put Your Employees on a Fast Track Out the Door

If you want to keep those hard-working, loyal employees of yours, here are 4 behaviors to avoid.
Managing Employees

Avoid Elon Musk-Style Firing Sprees by Having Hard Conversations Sooner

Confronting employees who misbehave is never fun (or easy), but company leaders can't afford to ignore bad behavior until it creates larger issues.
Growth Strategies

The Most Common Challenges Faced by Growing Companies

Almost six in 10 leaders of scaling businesses have faced a moment of crisis
Hiring Employees

How Employee Lifecycle Surveys Provide Powerful Talent Insights

The era of lifetime employment at a company is over