Calculate Retention Rate

As difficult as it is to recruit high-quality candidates, it makes sense that your company should do everything it can to keep your employees around. This means that one of the most important metrics measuring your workforce is your employee retention rate. Some level of turnover is natural and unavoidable. People retire. People have outside…

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Employee Appreciation

Employee recognition is incredibly important, more so than many business owners ever realize. The need to be recognized, to feel as though you’re more than just a cog in an uncaring machine, is a critical component to job satisfaction and productivity. It’s also key for employee retention. According to FastCompany, employees are 12% more productive…

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Millennials compose 35% of the labor force, making it the largest workforce in U.S. history. And although many businesses still think of millennials as young professionals, the oldest ones are almost 40 years old. As older generations retire, millennials will become an even more important source of employees.That’s why your business needs to appeal to the…

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what makes a good employee

What makes a good employee? Among employers, the traits of a good employee are almost universal. Find out ten qualities to look for in job candidates here. Did you know that employee turnover can cost a company up to twice the value of that employee’s annual salary? Having a revolving door of workers is expensive and inconvenient…

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      It’s official – it’s a candidate market out there. Recruiting and company review site Glassdoor reports that 84 percent of employees surveyed would leave their jobs to work for companies with excellent reputations. That means companies today have to work continuously at engaging and retaining top talent, providing what they want or…

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