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Keeping Your Top Talent

2019-02-01T15:48:04+00:00 January 1st, 2019|Blog, Tips|

Employee turnover can hit companies hard, especially when you lose a top-performing employee. It’s highly recommended that employers give their employees possibilities to climb the corporate or trade ladder. When you have an employee that shows potential, their ambition needs to be grown, not stifled. However, allowing or pressuring top talent to overwork themselves only [...]

4 Reasons Why Employees Quit

2018-12-14T16:07:50+00:00 December 10th, 2018|Blog, Tips|

Employees quit for various reasons, but figuring out what those reasons are and how to combat them is a great way to fight turnover. Here are 4 reasons why employees quit. Not Getting Along with their Boss No matter how great the pay is, an employee will only put up with an aggravating boss for [...]

3 Ways to Battle Turnover

2018-12-14T15:23:13+00:00 December 6th, 2018|Blog, Tips|

Statistics show that 1/3rd of American employees are at risk of quitting and looking to change their jobs within the next six months. Losing an employee within the first year of their tenure can cost companies three times the amount of the person’s salary. Losing and trying to replace hourly employees is just as frustrating. [...]

How Miscommunication Leads to Turnover

2018-12-14T15:17:26+00:00 November 24th, 2018|Blog, Tips|

Anger, frustration, fear—all are the causes of unmet expectations. And how do unmet expectations occur? When employers and employees fail to communicate properly. So much of miscommunication can be attributed to assumptions. You’re assuming your employee understands exactly what your expectations are from employee manuals, email memos, and vague verbal instructions. We often hear of [...]

Keeping Employee Retention During Changes

2018-12-13T23:12:58+00:00 November 6th, 2018|Blog, Tips|

Shifts and changes within a company can lead to a staggering amount of employee turnover. Humans are naturally reluctant to change, especially changes that may affect stable necessities in their life—work. Many hourly employees will even begin to look for work elsewhere as soon as changes begin occurring at their current place of employment. However, [...]