Have you fully considered what happens when you lose an employee (which will lead to employee turnover), particularly one who has been with you for an extended period? A chunk of your business leaves with the ex-employee. Let me explain.
With the strict need for less mobilization, while the pandemic is ongoing, remote working is one of the best solutions for your employees. And this doesn't just comply with government directives but also brings various benefits to your organization. Studies
Fact: employee engagement is important. It's a key factor in numerous aspects of your organization such as productivity, performance, satisfaction, and retention. So for this article, we're going to focus on the role of employee engagement in employee retention.
“People leave bosses, not their companies.” Almost every single one of us has heard this statement at some point, and it turns out to be true. A Gallup study reported that at least 75 percent of US employees who have
Job-hopping is when an employee moves from one job to another in a short period of time. And this adds to one of the pains of an employer: employee retention. After all, just because you hired a talent, doesn't mean
.Salaries and wages are important for job seekers, but did you know that another factor is rising as the most important consideration for job offers? That's none other than benefit. Glassdoor reports that nearly 60% of job seekers are counting