One of the biggest challenges that business owners face today is not only how to attract quality employees, but how to keep them. Hiring the right candidates is only half of the job, and employers must work hard to ensure that employees are satisfied in the job and that employee retention remains high. Employee retention is important because it costs a lot less to retain an employee than it does to recruit a new employee, so proactively investing the time and resources to develop some employee retention strategies can really pay off in the long run for employers. Located in the Greater New England region, we at Navigate want to help your business perform better, and we know that a large part of that is keeping your employees happy. Read these blog posts for all the latest tips in employee retention, including topics such as motivational theory and employee perks, managing a multigenerational workforce, and more.
We are living in an age where people go through many jobs in their life - about a quarter of the working population faces a job transition every year. Being a new employee in any workplace can be tough, but there is also a challenge posed to the employer in ensuring...
Workplaces today are facing a problem that was not very common in the past-- multigenerational workforces. With people working well into their 70s and 80s, more and more companies are experiencing generational gaps, with their employees spanning as many as five...
Performance reviews are part of a process that includes individualized employee goals and should be a two-way communication between employee/manager.
The Trends in Employee Engagement report highlights how building culture and leadership are the key to engaging employees and running a successful business.
The first step to any engagement program and perhaps the most obvious is to have a true concern for the health and happiness of those employed by your company. The feeling that an employer sincerely values employee wellness can improve atmosphere, relationships, and performance.
Many small businesses today that are hiring millennials find a difference in how millennials work compared to older employees. And, with millennials expected to comprise 75% of the global workforce within the next decade, this begs the question “How do you effectively lead and manage a millennial?”
As a Boston business owner, you have first-hand experience dealing with the intricacies of employee retention and turnover.
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