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11 Easy Ways to Reduce Employee Turnover

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Employee turnover has a major impact on your organization's trajectory, but if you're having trouble with it, you're not alone. Even the best companies struggle with turnover. In this post, we’ll examine employee turnover: what it is, why it costs so much, and how to reduce it.

20 Surprising Employee Retention Statistics You Need to Know

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Employee retention is a challenge for nearly every organization. Although it may seem impossible to perfect a retention strategy in the face of these odds, you can often make a dramatic improvement with a few simple steps. The first step toward achieving better retention is understanding the scope and the core issues that drive turnover. That level of voluntary turnover speaks to the magnitude of the retention issue many organizations face.

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HR Advice for Small and Medium Businesses

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The culture and leadership within a business have big implications for employee output, innovation and of course, employee turnover. The number one cited reason for turnover is your boss. Employee engagement translates to employee retention. If you want to have a productive team with low staff turnover rates, you need to create a culture where staff feel they have a genuine stake in the business. TINYpulse. Company Culture Employee Retention

Re-Humanizing Performance Management

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Nowadays, specialized talent is scarce and companies need to compete to acquire and retain the brightest minds. And if you factor in recruitment fees, lost productivity and training, a high turnover rate can have serious financial consequences. Not having regular and holistic conversations with employees about their goals throughout the year can foster frustration and lead to higher turnover and lower productivity. There once was a world where human capital was plentiful.

Top 100 HR and Recruitment Blogs [by Organic Traffic with Top 3 Articles Each]

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We love competing with greatness! TINYpulse Blog. Employee Retention and Benefits. HR Metrics: How and Why to Calculate Employee Turnover Rate? What’s Wrong With Retention Bonuses? Data-Driven Recruitment. Employee Turnover. Employee Retention.

5 Reasons Offering a Sabbatical Program Pays Off

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Works as a Retention Tool: Offering employees a 1 to 2-month sabbatical every 7 years can give employees something additional to work towards. So, how do you attract talent of this age and minimize turnover rates? Prevents Burnout: Going on a sabbatical can also go a long way to prevent employee burnout, an epidemic that experts claim is responsible for almost 50% of our annual workforce turnover.