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4 Reasons For High Employee Turnover

Insperity

Employee turnover is an element of change that directly affects your bottom line. As such, it is important to identify the motives of departing workers and devise an effective retention strategy. Here are four of the top reasons many good employees resign: 1.

25 Of The Best Employee Perks You Need To Have

SAP Innovation

Thanks to companies in Silicon Valley, employees have high expectations of the perks that your company offers. Besides perks like medical and dental benefits, employees are looking for companies that think outside the box and create an atmosphere that makes employees want to spend time there.

Why Corporate Wellness Programs Need a Dose of Occupational Therapy and Analytics

Visier

The field of “occupational therapy” provides an alternative perspective, using evidence-based principles to improve and measure employee health, wellbeing, and occupational performance, where “occupation” refers to the tasks individuals find personally meaningful.

15 HR Analytics Case Studies with Business Impact

Analytics in HR

On March 13 2015, the Wall Street Journal published an article titled: “The Algorithm That Tells the Boss Who Might Quit”. It was one of the first examples of the now very popular employee churn analytics. Relating engagement with store income. Turnover at Experian.

Retaining the Millennial Workforce and Why It Matters

HR Daily Advisor

High turnover such as this can affect the morale of a company, as well as the bottom line. For the Millennial workforce in particular, there are a number of ways in which retention can be achieved. To create this feeling, companies should look to invest in these young employees.

How to Build a Workplace Culture Based on Loyalty

HR Daily Advisor

Despite the recent trends of HR professionals focusing on retention and employee engagement, a major issue still haunts workplace cultures everywhere—employee loyalty. Here are five ways you can build a workplace culture founded on loyalty: Start a Recognition Plan.

Today's top 3 Management Challenges

Impraise

Alarmingly, Gallup found that 50% of workers who quit their jobs left due to issues with management, supporting the idea that employees leave bosses, not jobs. What employees are now looking for are companies with less layers of management and more freedom in the workplace. The New Employee Today major tech companies don’t want people who will listen and carry out - they want creative thinkers who will come up with innovative ideas and solutions.