Dick Flanagan, Emmet Keefe, Lars Bjork, Christine Jacobs Dick Finnegan CEO, C-Suite Analytics Founder and President, The Retention Institute “How important is retaining and engaging your teams? On...
Around 25 percent of top-performing employees intend to leave their jobs -- even in today's economy! Your company’s future effectiveness depends on retaining top talent at all levels of the organization, and so you better make sure you get it right.
CEO tenure has gotten increasingly shorter and more intense, according to a decade-long study from Booz & Co. But what's causing the increased turnover rate? And how can CEOs operate in order to not fall victim to the trend? You can start with creating a learning plan.
The key to employee retention is ensuring you have talented and personable supervisors on staff. Studies show that employees who have good feelings about their bosses also have good feelings about their jobs, pay and benefits. So why do only 14% of companies hold supervisors accountable for employee retention?
Just because an employee is working hard at their current job doesn't mean that they aren't looking for a new one. A recent study says that only 42% of people are satisfied with their jobs and a huge 96% would take a call from a recruiter about a new career opportunity. What are you doing to keep your employees at your company?
Using Fundamental Knowledge Management (FKM), companies can transfer generational knowledge by transforming their workforce environments into learning communities.