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The Psychology Behind Employee Retention

Kazoo

And yet, do a Google search for “ employee retention ” and you’ll find dozens of articles stating what we’ve known for generations: people want more than just money to find meaning in their work. The time you spend with your best is, quite simply, your most productive time.

Innovative HR and Why Technology Innovators Can’t Survive Without It

Visier

While the race to out-innovate with new ideas and products fuels the technology industry at large, the competition between companies is fought most pervasively as on the talent front lines. Develop The Right Mix of Workforce Diversity.

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8 Things You Need to Fix to Increase Employee Retention

Linkedin Talent Blog

Recently, the Department of Labor reported that turnover is now at its highest level since 2008. Because a lot of executives don’t realize the tremendous cost of turnover: (e.g. And, the cost of each employee who walks out the door is $100,000 worth of product.

7 Reasons Your Employee Retention Efforts Are Failing, and What You Can Do About It

Linkedin Talent Blog

The Department of Labor reports that employee turnover is now at its highest level since 2008. However, it’s a fact that most corporations spend more time on product inventory turnover than they do on employee turnover, even though employee turnover often has a much higher impact.

Overcoming the Manager Divide: How HR can Accelerate the Path to Gender Pay Equity

Visier

Although significant progress has been made in employers proactively pursuing policies of equal pay for equal positions, this alone will not close the gap: gender equity is a complex and systemic issue that requires action on many fronts. Boosting morale and worker productivity.

KPIs Alone Will Not Fix The Diversity Problem

SuccessFactors

Thanks to the recent high-profile media focus, the issue of diversity has finally taken its place front and center of mainstream public interest and is being properly addressed in the workplace. We know bias in business undermines employee commitment, performance, and retention.

Dealing with Most Common HR Problems

Effortless HR

Failing to solve even the most common issues leads to poor employee retention, resulting in massive turnover costs not to mention the loss of investments in terms of training. Poor Productivity. Problems arise when some employees don’t put in their best, which ends up affecting an organization’s productivity. An employee who is not psychologically committed to their job will not do much to contribute to the productivity of a company. Guest Post by Andre Smith.

Will HR Close the Great Divide?

NCHRA

A senior line executive in a leading $4B technology company needed to accelerate new product development and commercialization to stay ahead of a much larger competitor. The turnover timeframe of Fortune 500 companies has shrunk. How HR Can Enable High Impact Business Results.

How Gender Pay Gap Affects Your Business

Vantage Circle

Every woman needs to know when she's being discriminated against and what the reasons are why she isn't getting equal pay so we can close that pay gap. In an era when gender inequality in the workplace is in the limelight, the gender pay gap is an equally relevant topic. Retention.

Why Uber, Google, and Other Companies Failed to Address Workplace Harassment

Rallyware for Human Resources

The US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission found out that more than 70% of workplace harassment cases go unreported due to shame, fear, possible retaliation, and rumors holding back victims from reporting misconduct. 80% of employees’ poor productivity is related to a toxic work environment. An unhealthy work environment that fosters harassment is a surefire way to cause burnout , high turnover, and absenteeism, not to mention a damaged reputation and possible lawsuits.