When it comes to interview preparation, being ready to answer the above questions during an Interview is one of the most important parts of the entire process.
Now we’ll discuss what an interview is. Of course, in order to that, we’ll start with what an interview isn’t.
the cost of sitting down and having a conversation ( a retention interview) is far less than the cost of having to replace one of your top employees.
Many organizations have slimmed down by letting go extraneous staff and retaining only those employees who were necessary to keep operations afloat. Now you'll need to determine who is on your "Go-ahead" Team to propel your business to success.
When was the last time your organization hired somebody who didn’t last until their first formal review? Recognizing that changing jobs is one of the most stressful situations in a person’s life, you can see this person is in a vulnerable position.
Let’s take a look at the subject of work & life balance. What would it be like if we could actually have both of those areas strategically successful. In today’s workplace, employers are becoming more imaginative in helping employees bridge the gap between life and work.
You’ve heard it called different names—new employee orientation, employee onboarding, retention before the fact. Onboarding is a process by which employers orient and acclimate new employees into their company so they become productive more quickly and they’re likely to stay with the organization for a long time.
Time, effort, and planning are required for a comprehensive retention program. However, there are simple, cost-effective, and logical strategies that can prevent top employees from jumping ship without using a comprehensive retention program.