Employee Retention Posts

How to Show Employees You're Thankful

The holiday season is a great time of the year to show your gratitude. Here are some ways you can show employees you're thankful for their great work.

Should the Unemployment Rate Impact Your Employee Engagement Efforts?

We're now seeing jobless rates in America that haven't been this low in decades. But what does that mean for your employee engagement efforts? As an employer, should employee engagement have a higher or lower priority as the unemployment rate drops?

What Should You Do with Disengaged Employees?

Have you ever had someone on your team that seems completely unmotivated? Disengaged employees are disengaged for a reason. Learn how people become disengaged at work and how you can help them get back on track.

How Often Should You Survey Your Team?

There are a few common survey cadences most companies adhere to. How can you determine when you should survey your team? We break down the common schedules, types of surveys, and the critical deciding factor for scheduling your company's surveys.

Ways to Retain Knowledge Prior to a Departure

Are you worried about losing knowledge held by a departing employee? Use these strategies and tactics to prevent the brain drain before it starts. Retain knowledge held by soon-to-be-gone employees, and institute tools and processes that promote sharing of important knowledge.

Why to Promote from Within

Promote from within your organization to accelerate training and increase acceptance of your decision. Among numerous other benefits, the promoted employee's peers will be more likely to respect them than an outsider.

The Hidden Toll of Employee Attrition

Beyond the monetary costs of losing and replacing an employee, there are other costs of attrition on your team. Working relationships, confidence in leadership, and employee satisfaction can all be negatively impacted by the termination or resignation of a coworker.

What Is the Cost of Replacing an Employee?

Employees are the most valuable asset in your company, and this math proves that out. Review the monetary cost of replacing an employee, including lost opportunity cost, recruiting costs, and employee onboarding.

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