Tag: Employee Turnover

2023 Labor Trend – the Shift from the Great Resignation to Quiet Quitting

The past few years in the workplace have been defined by the Great Resignation, a period marked by significant employee turnover and a quest for more fulfilling work. This era symbolized worker empowerment, with many in the US leaving their jobs for roles that better aligned with their values and improved their life quality. However, […]

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 […]

4 Consequences of Neglecting Employee Engagement

Human resources departments have a lot of balls to keep in the air. There’s recruitment, retention, resignations—essentially, your job is ensuring that a company’s workforce is present and capable. That’s no small feat. But in the hustle and bustle of firing and hiring, it’s easy to overlook the importance of employee engagement. Employee engagement is […]

Retaining Top Talent: 3 Strategies to Prevent Employee Turnover After Promotions

As the end of the year approaches, many managers are eager to promote high-performing workers who have invested in their company and achieved great wins. Promotions have long been a way to celebrate successes and reward employees for a job well done, but recent data from ADP suggest a different reality. According to their September […]

5 Ways Cannabis Breath Testing Can Help Reduce Employee Turnover

The legalization of cannabis is impacting employers across industries in the areas of recruitment, safety, and workplace testing. New laws in states such as California and Washington establish employment protections for off-duty cannabis use. In addition, laws regulate methods employers use to test for cannabis, limiting tests that render positive results based on off-duty use. […]

Cost-of-Living Crisis: When Workers Can’t Afford to Stay on the Job

Across the country and around the globe, people are facing historic inflation and other cost-of-living pressures, adding significant financial strain and concerns for their future financial security. Given the enormous media attention to these trends, this is hardly surprising. What is surprising, however, is how these conditions are impacting employee retention. Financial Strain May Lead […]

The Connection Between Effective Communication and Employee Retention

The business world is ever-changing, and internal communication has always been a cornerstone of effectively managing that change. But the significance of effective communication has been magnified post-pandemic as employers and employees navigate the return to the office. Poor or insufficient communication can swiftly escalate to increased turnover, particularly when transparency is perceived as lacking. […]

Unhappiness Is Contagious:  Navigating the Low Turnover Phenomenon

In the current economic landscape, where unemployment rates are at their lowest in decades, an intriguing paradox has emerged, and we’re experiencing an unexpected trend: Employees are staying put. Employees across industries are choosing to remain in their jobs, not out of a profound love for their work or unwavering loyalty to their employers but […]

What to Do When People Analytics Present a Dead End

People analytics are ubiquitous in today’s increasingly digital-first workplaces. The rationale is simple: People analytics, also known as HR analytics or talent analytics, provide a data-driven approach to managing people at work. For many leaders, it’s an extension of the data-driven ethos that already informs everything from customer engagement to product development, making it a […]

How to Boost Company Morale Easily

A company’s morale is pivotal to its success, directly impacting employee engagement, productivity, and overall workplace atmosphere. High morale fosters a positive work environment where employees are motivated, satisfied, and committed to their roles. Conversely, low morale can lead to decreased productivity, increased turnover, and general discontent among the workforce. Fortunately, boosting company morale doesn’t […]