Category Archives: Retention

Is Your Company a Deliberately Developmental Organization?

January 3, 2017   

You want your company to become a world-class leader in its niche, and you’re more than likely familiar with the well-weathered notion of your company’s greatest asset – it’s people. When you first entered the field of talent management or human resources, did you have a vision for how to do things differently? Did you […]

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Do Seasonal Bonuses Help Retain Talent?

December 5, 2016   

It’s that time of year again–the time of year for giving and getting. In many workplaces, this also means it is time to give out or eagerly await a seasonal bonus. According to Accounting Principles, a recruiting agency, this year, most workers can expect a bonus and even a larger one than they received in […]

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The Higher Pay Payback

October 17, 2016   

It is widely acknowledged that service industry jobs have the highest churn rate of any job occupation. Why? While part of the problem is the demographic (historically, many service industry jobs were held by teens and people in their early twenties), increasingly, these jobs are held by adults but still produce high churn rates, because […]

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The Gray Gender Gap

October 8, 2016   

On the surface gender differences in marital status may appear to be disconnected to talent management issues. In fact, they are far more entwined than one might expect. A recently released federal study reveals that across age groups, older men are far more likely to be married than older women. As reported in the New […]

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College Tuition Tops Faculty Pay

September 3, 2016   

This past week, colleges and universities kicked back into high gear nationwide. Along with all those students heading back to school were thousands of faculty members. While students are often eager to return to campus, for many faculty, returning to work is simply a reminder of their poor working conditions. How bad is it? This week, […]

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The Value of Training Part-time Employees

May 1, 2016   

A recent report in the Wall Street Journal found that at least some companies that traditionally hired high numbers of part-time workers, including retailers and fast-food outlets, are focusing on full-time hires instead. Bucking broader hiring trends that continue to see more part-time, temporary and contingent workers across sectors nationwide, these companies are reassessing the […]

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Taking the Off-Ramp: A Guide to Offboarding Exiting Employees

April 4, 2016   

You probably already have an onboarding strategy in place. It likely involves employee training, perhaps some mentorship opportunities, and general ways to help employees feel welcome and help them learn about your corporate culture.

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Crafting Your Talent Value Proposition

December 9, 2015   

I’ve written two articles related to your talent brand, one focused on defining The Talent Brand and Value Proposition, and one about the Talent Branding process. Looking back at the first article, it seems I really only introduced the concept and gave a few questions to stimulate your thinking about beginning to formulate a talent […]

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Talent Branding

December 9, 2015   

If you read my last article about The Talent Brand and Value Proposition, you already know the value of a strong talent brand that is aligned with your consumer brand. Companies that achieve strength and alignment between the two do better than companies that don’t. If you’ve worked your way through establishing a strong talent […]

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The Talent Brand and Value Proposition

December 9, 2015   

Everyone in your company probably has a good understanding of just how important its brand is in the marketplace. After all, it’s your branding efforts that define your company’s product or service in ways that set it apart from your competitors, outlining the competitive advantage you have over them that draws people in. But when […]

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