Retention

Highly Effective No-Cost Retention Tools for Public Sector Managers

Alert: Employees are quitting their jobs at the highest rate in a decade. But few public-sector managers realize that a majority of employee turnover is both predictable and preventable. Today the overall U.S. monthly “quit rate” is the equivalent of a 30 percent turnover rate over one year. And, even though the government sectors have much lower quit rates, with state …

Read More »

Walking Employees Downstream Improves Retention, Productivity, Recruiting, and Engagement (Part 2 of 2)

Implementing a walk-them-downstream retention and recruiting approach Part II of this two-part series focuses on implementing a “walking employees downstream” retention and productivity tool. It is highly effective because it increases the emotional connection between employees and those who benefit from the firm’s final work product (that they contribute to). Last week’s Part I highlighted the many benefits associated with the …

Read More »

Pre-Exit Interviews — How effective are exit interviews when nurses resign?

As seen on Nurse.com on 09/26/2018 by Carole Jakucs, BSN, RN, PHN. When nurses jump ship for another job it not only causes turmoil – it also costs employers money. Enter the exit interview – a practice some organizations use in their quest to reduce turnover and discern why staff members resign. But recruiters and other HR professionals might wonder how effective …

Read More »

Recruiting Candidates Who Put Money First May Result in Early Turnover

Do you work in an organization where increasing an employee’s pay for retention purposes isn’t a realistic option? Whenever you hire someone who is driven by money, you are setting yourself up for future turnover failure. Money-focused hires are likely to immediately quit when they are offered even slightly more money from another firm. Salary is the No. 1 reason …

Read More »