So much of the human resource function is geared toward recruitment that retention is often relegated to a secondary position in terms of the broader staffing picture.
Tag: Conduct Stay Interviews
In yesterday’s Advisor, we took a look at how the stay interview helps keep employees working for you. Today, we’ll look at some more tips and learn how feedback from those interviews can positively influence your corporate culture.
Turnover costs employers more than they’d like to admit. On average, an employee stays at a position for 4.6 years. Additionally, many employers believe that their college graduates won’t stay more than 2 years. How can you deal with this problem, especially in a climate of talent shortages? The answer just might be the stay […]
As most HR professionals understand too well, turnover hurts a company’s bottom line, and it also ruins morale for the employees left behind. Workers in the United States have an average job tenure of approximately 4.6 years and 45% of employers now expect new college grads to stay less than 2 years.
There’s a good chance that your company performs exit interviews when employees move on, but have you ever considered conducting stay interviews? Today, we take a look at the value of stay interviews in an article by Erin Pappo, client services director for Camden Consulting Group.