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Lower Your Employee Turn Over Rate by Doing These 3 Things

Women of HR

Employers who experience high employee turnover lose a lot of time and money to new hire searches, interviews, onboarding and training. Although this problem is commonly seen in the retail sector, employee attrition can occur in any industry and any type or size of business. The following three tips can help you improve employee retention. Also, you might celebrate employee success online through social media or via an employee-specific digital yearbook.

Walking a Tightrope: Recognizing High Performers Without Discouraging Other Employees

WorkStride

Employee engagement is a relatively new concept and concern in the work world. It used to be that only top performers received raises, accolades, and bonuses. Some of your best employees might not be “stars” on paper. Random recognition builds morale and keeps things fresh.

Lower Your Employee Turn Over Rate by Doing These 3 Things

Women of HR

Employers who experience high employee turnover lose a lot of time and money to new hire searches, interviews, onboarding and training. Although this problem is commonly seen in the retail sector, employee attrition can occur in any industry and any type or size of business. The following three tips can help you improve employee retention. Also, you might celebrate employee success online through social media or via an employee-specific digital yearbook.

HR systems are critical in building culture

NCHRA

Trust was lost in a company, in an industry, that is based on trust. Employees shared the impact of the HR systems. “I according to one employee. Another employee stated that “The quotas were simply a way to keep my job, not to earn any substantial bonus or commission.”