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What Is Employee Turnover (and Why It Matters)

Zenefits

At some point, if your business is more than one person, you’re likely to deal with employee turnover. What Is Employee Turnover? A common definition of employee turnover is the loss of talent in the workforce over time. How Does the US BLS Calculate Turnover?

The Recognition Landscape Isn’t Changing Much

China Gorman

Recognition programs are vital tools in an organization’s total rewards strategy, but beyond the knowledge that “recognizing employees is a good thing to do” we can look to data that back up recognition programs as an important part of an organization’s culture.

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Talent Shortages Hit the Levels of 2007: In-house Talent Development Comes to Rescue

Rallyware for Human Resources

ManpowerGroup data shows that 40% of employers have difficulty in filling positions today. A German study from 2008 showed that the percent of committed employees was highest in companies with an employee-oriented corporate culture (45%).

Is it time for a culture check-up?

HRExecutive

When Lisa Bettinger Buckingham took the HR reigns at Lincoln Financial Group in December 2008, the financial-services industry was struggling to survive a global economic crisis that many economists today believe brought the world to the brink of a second Great Depression. At Lincoln Financial, four measures comprise its “engagement index”—passion, effort, advocacy and retention. Lincoln employs a number of avenues for gathering culture-related data.