Hiring and Employee Retention Strategy Tips

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Categories: Corporate Recruiters, Human Resources
We're sharing some interesting articles today, about Recruiting and Employee Retention. Remember, if you’re an agency recruiter or hiring company, stop by and visit RecruitAlliance. Start Small With Your Employee Retention Strategy:  When employees work for the organization for a longer length of time it has a positive effect across the organization. Not only does it reduce the costs affiliated with recruiting and hiring, it can also have a direct effect on employee satisfaction and engagement. Having a good rate of employee retention allows for less lost productivity resulting from the time vacant positions remain open while recruiting is searching for a proper replacement employee.  Read more.... Improve your Retention Rate - Onboarding Done Right:  Hiring fresh talent isn’t just about scouting for candidates, convincing them to join, and sealing the deal with a handshake. These new employees are the future of your company and they need to understand how it works.  Employees form impressions of your company during a very limited timeframe, and it’s especially important that you play your cards right during this period. You need to let the new employees know your company’s purpose and how it functions. Having a clear understanding of the company’s work and mission will motivate employees and ensure that you retain them.Read more... Hiring and Retention in a High Turn-Over Workplace:  High turnover can cost a company time and money. A revolving door of employees makes it difficult to achieve consistency in service, inhibits growth and directs resources to hiring and training new employees that could be used elsewhere. Employees have more options for a new job outside the company now that unemployment is going down and more companies are hiring. So, how does HR help improve retention in a high turnover workplace?  Read more.... “A dream doesn’t become reality through magic; it takes sweat, determination and hard work.” -Colin Powell

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