Category Archives: Retention

Going Beyond the Numbers to Retain Your Female Talent

October 8, 2014   

If you have strong female talent within your organization, what do you do when you become fearful you may lose them, either to another more appealing employer, or to outside demands which we’re increasingly seeing women leave the workplace for? Often employers have a misconception that the way to keep their female talent is to […]

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Just the Stats: An Overview Women in the Workplace in 2014

October 8, 2014   

The glass ceiling, a gender gap, war on women. This is just some of the terminology we’ve been hearing as of late, pertaining to the role of women in today’s world, and in particular within the workplace. In recent years, the common belief was that women were on equal footing with men in the workplace, […]

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Retention Secret #2: Mentoring

October 3, 2014   

Research shows that employees, and especially new hires, want a lot of support to be the best that they can be for your company. If that support is not provided, workers are apt to become disengaged, which unfortunately covers 70% of the American workforce (source). One way to counter disengagement and provide employees with the […]

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Retention Secret #1: Better Onboarding

October 3, 2014   

Employee disengagement is a serious issue facing workplaces today, with 70% of employees feeling disengaged from their work (source). That lowers productivity, and businesses are losing as much as $550 billion a year because of it. That percentage of employees who are disengaged hasn’t budged much in recent years – in 2011 it was 71% […]

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Why Diversity and Inclusion Efforts Fail

October 2, 2014   

You know there’s a pretty solid business case to nurture a diverse and inclusive workplace. When you do it right, employees work 12% harder, are 19% more likely to stick around longer, and collaborate up to 57% more effectively with colleagues. Even executives are on board, with more than 80% claiming to be strongly supportive […]

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5 Tips for Better Internal Communication

October 2, 2014   

We’re consistently talking about the importance of being open, honest and transparent with your employees, and that is dependent on strong communication between leaders and employees, but how do you create that strong communication? Internal communications can add value to your organization in a number of ways from making employees feel more secure in their […]

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Inexpensive or Low-Cost Ways to Let Your Employees Know They’re Appreciated

October 2, 2014   

Many employers don’t have a real grasp on what it is that motivates their employees and encourages them to stay put, which is why they have a hard time not just attracting employees, but also retaining them. Here’s a few statistics about the employee mindset, from Gallup, The Incentive Federation, The Incentive Research Foundation, Maritz, […]

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Transparency Can Equate to Happier Employers

October 2, 2014   

Here’s another one of those buzz words in the workplace – transparency. It’s not just the work environment where we’re hearing it thrown around – we also hear it frequently from our elected officials, from the media, and from just about anyone in a position of power. There’s a reason it’s a good word to […]

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Facing a Culture Problem? Take a Look at the 7 Steps to Turn It Around

September 30, 2014   

We just covered the top 7 red flags that may indicate there’s a corporate culture problem in your organization. If you’re an employee, as pointed out, it may be easy to see these red flags and share your complaints, but what if you’re the actual leader? Since corporate culture is generally believed to start at […]

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7 Signs Your Organization Has a Toxic Corporate Culture

September 30, 2014   

Think a negative or less than ideal corporate culture is meaningless? It’s not. You may have a small business and not even realize you have a corporate culture, but regardless of whether or not you recognize it, you undoubtedly have a culture, for the better or worse. Corporate culture encompasses so much of how employees […]

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