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retain top employees

Want to Retain Top Employees? Try Re-Recruiting Them

Every organization wants to retain top employees, but that\'s not always an easy proposition. If you\'re lucky enough to have superstars on your team, it\'s likely that external recruiters and other businesses know you\'ve got them too. That means ...
developing a strong employer brand

Developing a Strong Employer Brand

Developing a strong employer brand is a powerful strategy to attract the best candidates and retain high quality employees. It’s also an ideal way for any organization to gain an edge in highly competitive sectors where specialized skill sets ...
Why your millennial employees will leave you

Why Your Millennial Employees Will Leave You

Millennial employees can be a challenge, but one of the biggest challenges is that young people just don\'t stay in their jobs for very long. While that\'s been true of every generation of younger workers, millennial employees are job ...

Successful Succession Planning

Unexpected turnover is one of the most disruptive and costly parts of doing business. Though you have two weeks’ notice to start finding a replacement, usually, the difficulty of finding this replacement and the time that it takes to ...

Employee Perks: Do they Work or Distract From Work?

Employee perks and benefits have been helping businesses to win over talent since their invention. Back in the day, a company health plan or 401K may have been quite impressive, but times have changed. In order to compete for ...

Improving Customer Retention with Employee Retention

A high rate of turnover is bad for business. On the staffing side, a high rate of voluntary turnover means more money spend on sourcing, qualifying and hiring talented candidates. This cost is one thing, but paying for something ...
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