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How to Protect Your Company from High Employee Turnover

Achievers

Every manager and HR professional views employee turnover as a headache, but do you actually know how expensive and damaging it can be to your organization? Current statistics from Catalyst show that it costs an average of one-fifth of an employee’s salary to replace that person, which means that for a position paying $50,000 a year, your replacement costs will generally run over $10,000. Furthermore, productivity in the at-home contingent had increased by 13.5

Critical Succession Planning

MapHR

That makes succession planning all the more important for the HR professionals doing their best to minimize the impact on their respective companies. The problem is succession planning is not always seen as paramount strategy. In an HR Exchange Network survey, we asked respondents this question: does your company have a formal succession planning strategy that focuses on long-term goals, hiring, and talent retention?

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Fixing Stuck: Engaging Employees With Career Pathing

TalentGuard

Fixing Stuck: Engaging Employees With Career Pathing. Lack of engagement is a wide-spread problem according to numerous studies, with anywhere from a fifth to 84% of employees claiming to be actively unhappy at work. The vast majority of these employees are also considering or have considered quitting. Some of our colleagues engaged in hyper-specialized jobs feel stuck,” one such company’s new CEO said in an email outlining a revitalized vision.

Fixing Stuck: Engaging Employees With Career Pathing

TalentGuard

Lack of engagement is a wide-spread problem in the U.S., according to numerous studies, with anywhere from a fifth to 84% of employees claiming to be actively unhappy at work. The vast majority of these employees are also considering or have considered quitting. In fact, according to that same study, the vast majority of employees feel “stuck” in their careers, with less than 25% able to see a clear career path in their current job.

Fixing Stuck: Engaging Employees With Career Pathing

TalentGuard

Fixing Stuck: Engaging Employees With Career Pathing. Lack of engagement is a wide-spread problem according to numerous studies, with anywhere from a fifth to 84% of employees claiming to be actively unhappy at work. The vast majority of these employees are also considering or have considered quitting. Some of our colleagues engaged in hyper-specialized jobs feel stuck,” one such company’s new CEO said in an email outlining a revitalized vision.

Fixing Stuck: Engaging Employees With Career Pathing

TalentGuard

Fixing Stuck: Engaging Employees With Career Pathing. Lack of engagement is a wide-spread problem according to numerous studies, with anywhere from a fifth to 84% of employees claiming to be actively unhappy at work. The vast majority of these employees are also considering or have considered quitting. Some of our colleagues engaged in hyper-specialized jobs feel stuck,” one such company’s new CEO said in an email outlining a revitalized vision.

How the Transformation to a Self-Developing Organization Can Lead to Business Success

Lumesse

How the Transformation to a Self-Developing Organization Can Lead to Business Success Published date: December 8, 2016 Home. In some modest, small-step ways I feel this way about Lumesse’s organizational embracement of the philosophy of the self-developing organization within its culture and products and the subsequent reception this has recently received. Self-Directed Employees.

10 Ways to Deliver Strategic HR

GuideSpark

And in addition to the new demands put on HR are new challenges—from contending with the rapid pace of technology; engaging multiple generations of workers; and facing an increasingly diverse, remote, and globalized workforce. The company’s brand isn’t just about external perception; how employees themselves perceive the company is just as important. Prioritize employee engagement. Take a look at some additional resources: White Paper: Strategic HR is not an Oxymoron.