Tag: Employee Retention

How Gen Z Can Bridge the Public Sector Labor Gap

While many industries in the private sector have embraced workforce flexibility and frequent job changes, public sector careers have mostly retained incentives for longer tenure, including pensions. While at first glance this may not seem like an advantage for attracting and retaining a Gen Z workforce now famous for “job hopping” and “fearless quitting,” the […]

Childcare Benefits as a Prime Employee Perk

The importance of work-life balance and flexibility in the workplace has become increasingly important for today’s workforce. One critical aspect of this balance is the growing cost of childcare, which has become a significant financial burden for many families. Recent data reveals that childcare prices, when adjusted for inflation to 2022 dollars, range from $4,810 […]

What Does it Mean to be a Leader in a World That Constantly Gets Disrupted?

There’s a great saying in military circles that’s often summarized as “no plan survives contact with the enemy.” As business leaders in a highly disrupted world, it’s easy to feel that way: hours upon hours of thoughtful strategizing routinely gets blown up by everything from constant geopolitical uncertainty to fast-shifting employee preferences. Even the best […]

Why Companies Struggle to Maintain their Tech Talent and Best Practices to Foster Sustained Growth

While tech layoffs dominated news headlines last year, in a turn of events, companies now struggle to find qualified workers amid the shrinking tech talent pool. Today, the demand for tech talent significantly exceeds the supply, with the US Bureau of Labor Statistics predicting that this talent shortage in the software development field will increase to 1.2M […]

Train to Retain: 4 Tips to Ensure Frontline Retention in 2024

For many companies, frontline employees are the face of the business. They play a key role in determining the customer experience, from creating and delivering quality products and services in a timely manner to providing exceptional customer service. This makes retaining skilled, experienced, and talented frontline employees critical to a business’s success. High frontline employee […]

A Learning Culture Is No Longer Just a ‘Nice-to-Have’ for Talent Retention

In a rapidly changing work environment, organizations grapple with retaining quality talent amidst an exhausted workforce, shrinking budgets, and an uncertain economy. The desire to stick around is decreasing among employees. According to Gartner, employee attrition averaged around 20% in 2022. The evolving landscape of employment—characterized by a surge in remote working, the loss of […]

Why Solving the ‘Work Problem’ Is A Must for CEOs

CEOs across the healthcare industry are losing sleep thinking of ways to alleviate workforce challenges. While there isn’t one simple solution, AtlantiCare Health System president and CEO Michael Charlton thinks he and his peers should be focusing on one area in particular: lessening the work that is causing burnout and mass exits by workers at all levels. […]

The LGBTQ+ Workplace Exodus Hitting Some Employers

In a labor market in which employers are struggling to attract and retain talent with the right skills, experience and knowledge, those employers can’t afford to do anything to alienate current or potential employees. And yet, that’s exactly what many employers across the country are doing when it comes to the LGBTQ+ community. Diversity Efforts […]

Are Your Managers Holding Back Company Productivity and Retention?

Now more than ever, the relationship between an employee and their manager plays a significant role in determining job satisfaction. However, a recent study by Achievers Workforce Institute (AWI) revealed that 75% of employees consider their managers to be ineffective. According to Dr. Natalie Baumgartner, an engagement and culture thought leader, evangelist and Head of […]

4 Ways to Foster Employee Loyalty and Retention Going into 2024

A major priority for many Human Resources (HR) teams? Employee retention. When a company faces frequent employee turnover, it has a negative effect on the business in multiple ways. If you’re able to hang onto your employees longer, you won’t face these challenges. Your business will run much more smoothly and you’ll be able to […]