Tag: retention

Talent Acquisition is NOT Responsible for Retention, But Guess Who Is?

Sometimes, I can’t believe some of the things I see. I just finished reading a very ill-informed article by a HR novice/Intern titled...

The Keys to Attracting/Retaining Top Talent? It’s Continuous Feedback and Career Mobility

According to Gallup’s 2017 State of the American Workforce report, 51 percent of employed adults in the U.S. are currently searching...

Study Finds That a Bad Onboarding Experience May Disengage New Hires

I know this from personal experience: All the hard work recruiters do to land great talent can get washed away if the new employee has a...

Recruiting Strategies That Really Help in Retaining Top Talent

With employee quits continuing to outpace layoffs at a 2:1 ratio, executives now consider retaining top talent a higher priority than...

No Surprise: Half of U.S. Workers Feel They Just Have a Job, Not a Career

This shouldn’t come as a big surprise: A lot of Americans workers aren’t all that happy on the job, and according to a new...

Please Don’t Leave Me! How to Fix a Bad Retention Problem

“I always tell you how I don’t need you but please, please, don’t leave me.” – Pink Being in a corporate recruiting...

The 7 Reasons Why People Change Jobs

There are many reasons why people quit their jobs. It’s not always because of salary, as many people, including managers, have been...

Transboarding: It’s the Key to Building More Successful, Engaged Employees

With more organizations taking a people-centric approach to managing their business, there has been an intense focus as of late on how to...

Software is Eating the World: The Challenge in Finding and Keeping Developers

Technical talent comes at a premium, and the market for skilled developers is going to continue to heat up. Traditional business models are...

7 for 2017: The Top Recruiting and HR Trends Every Talent Pro Needs To Know.

The thing about talent trends posts is that if it were possible to predict the future of recruiting and HR, we’d probably have figured...

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