Tag Archives: employee turnover

It’ll Cost You—Are People Scared to Negotiate Salary?

The Recession has created so much doubt and uncertainty for people that they no longer expect certain accolades, which were once offered in the past.  People fear requesting certain things like an increase in salary because they assume the next time they visit the mailroom they’ll have a pink slip awaiting them, and if that […]

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Does Your Organization Truly Value Its Employees?

If you’re one of those individuals who can wake up in the morning and truly LOVE your job, not because of the money, but because of the loyalty and happiness your company provides, then you’re truly blessed.  In today’s world especially, most would assume that if you’re employed then you might just be “sticking it […]

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Signs Your Employee Might Be Moving On

In light of Wednesday’s post, we found this infographic.  If you’d like to reduce turnover, check out our previous article for 3 basic but surefire ways to make your best employees want to stick around.

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Potential for turnover is high. Here’s how to reduce it.

According to a November 2011 survey by Right Management, 84% of employees (versus 60% in 2009) are actively seeking a new position.  That number reflects a lot of employee dissatisfaction.  Though the feeling may be mutual regarding a few of these employees, you can’t afford the high cost of turnover and you especially can’t afford […]

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Cost of employee turnover

You know employee turnover costs you money.  That’s why you take steps to reduce it.  You try to provide a work environment that challenges and inspires.  You offer fair compensation and growth opportunities.  Most importantly, you do your best to hire the right person the first time. We found a link to this Turnover Calculator […]

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Flexibility. We all love it; staffing firms provide it.

Gone are the days when almost every employee worked for the same company for 30 years, Monday through Friday, 9:00am – 5:00pm. Instead, employees like to be nimble, trying out new companies and projects, accumulating a variety of skills and knowledge to carry with them.  And employers appreciate the fresh perspective and unique skill set […]

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