Role of A Well-Defined Strategy for Employee Retention in the Organization

Posted by PeopleFirst on Aug 13, 2018 5:42:29 PM

A well-defined employee retention methods will have a positive and significant impact on the turnover rate of your organization.

According to the Leigh Branham, the Strategic Planning Consultant, more than 70 percent of the managers tend to think that it is the pay that causes an employee to leave. On the contrary, about 88 percent of the employees tend to leave respective jobs not only because of pay but also other factors that may include:

  • Employees often feel the workplace or job doesn’t match their expectation before joining the firm.
  • A mismatch between the job and the skills held by the employee.
  • Minimal coaching with no feedback for the same.
  • Minimal advancement or growth opportunities.
  • Employees feel devalued or unrecognized.
  • Minimal work-life balance that causes stress.
  • Loss of confidence or trust in the senior leaders.
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Topics: Communication, Culture, Employee Engagement, employee retention, ER Highlights, leaders, Management

7 Management Hacks To Improve Employee Productivity

Posted by Casey Shull on Jun 29, 2017 8:37:23 AM

We’re all familiar with Spider-Man’s famous catchphrase: “With great power comes great responsibility.” However, his words no longer apply exclusively to the man who does whatever a spider can.

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Topics: Employee Engagement, employee productivity, employee retention, ER Highlights, Leadership, Management, Performance Management, workplace culture