Posts Tagged ‘retention’

Understanding Available Retention Strategies: Are You Prepared for Turnover Rates to Double? (Part 1 of a 2-Part Series)

As the economic turnaround picks up steam, turnover rates in many organizations are likely to skyrocket and recruiting replacement workers of the same caliber will be extremely challenging. Study after study has confirmed the notion that many employees would have left their employers months/years ago had the option to do so been viable


Speeding Up Rotations and Internal Movement for Development, Retention, and Profit (Part VI)

(Editor’s note: This is the sixth installment in Dr. Sullivan’s series. Here are Part 1 , Part II , Part III , Part IV , and Part V .) No matter how enthusiastic your employees are about participating in an internal movement program, they are bound to be somewhat frustrated if there aren’t a wide variety of assignments available for them to choose from. Even if you successfully excite your managers and other rotation program participants, you can’t automatically assume that they know how to identify or develop exciting assignments or rotations


Abbey becomes Santander – but how do the staff feel?

I still remember how aggrieved a friend was when 'Abbey National' became ' Abbey '. She didn't feel that a girl's name was appropriate for an august building society. I haven't asked her yet about the latest news - that Abbey is to become ' Santander ', reflecting its Spanish ownership - but I doubt she will be impressed


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