#RedBranchWeekly: 7 Tips on Improving Employee Retention

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Employee retention is vital to any organization. High turnover costs an organization a lot financially and it can also have a detriment on the overall morale of employees. Our clients this week have come out with the best tips to keep employee retention high, as well as current morale. Click Boarding let us know the association between employee retention and good onboarding. The Olson Group told us about the useful workplace perks that can help with please employees the most. Finally, Recruiterbox gave 5 quick tips on how to straight up improve the employee retention in your organization. Keep on scrolling to check out the rest of the tips our clients had to offer…

 

employee-retentionClick Boarding: Yes, Good Onboarding Does Increase Employee Retention

The question of how onboarding affects employee retention has come up a lot lately on social, in comments of blog articles and across the web in general. We understand it’s easy to disassociate the two without the right explanation, so check out these top insights. Learn more about the association here…

 

workplace-perksThe Olson Group: When It Comes to Workplace Perks: Go Useful, Not Flashy

When you have the budget for them, picking between workplace perks to offer your employees can be one of the most rewarding parts of any job, as you try to decide what extra bonus will end up making your employees love coming to work the most. But as recent data shows, you don’t have to spend big on lavish perks in order to please your employees most. Read why to pick perks that are useful and not flashy…

improve-employee-retentionRecruiterbox: 5 Tips on How to Improve Employee Retention

Employee retention is a top concern for 57% of employers, according to a 2015 PayScale report. Hiring and training processes cost time and money, and as a result, turnover costs time and money. Learn more here…

employee-learningVisibility Software: Don’t Celebrate Success or Failure, Celebrate Learning

More often than not, we judge employees and colleagues on success and failure.Success comes from good practices and failure comes from mistakes, but are these the only choices when it comes to the people who work in your organization? If we dont know whether or not we will succeed or fail, we can experiment. Check out why we should be celebrating learning…

 

real-time-feedbackReviewsnap: Maybe Real-Time Feedback Isn’t For You: Don’t Leave Employees In the Dark

Employees love the one-on-one feedback. They want, and need, to know their problems and successes regularly, but unfortunately, real-time feedback doesn’t always fit into everyone’s schedules. As great as it might be for some organizational cultures, it might not be ideal for your team. Is real-time feedback too much for your organization? Find out…

 

interviewing-processClearCompany: 3 Ways to Switch Up Your Interviewing Process

Sometimes the interview process gets stale, sometimes it just doesn’t fit. You’ve spent some time researching new questions to ask, contemplated a new recruitment strategy, but you’ve quickly discovered those aren’t the right solutions. You can change the way you think about the interview to improve the process. Learn how to spice up your hiring life…

 

defining-your-motivatorsVitru: Defining Your Motivators for a Better Career

Who doesn’t want a better career? We all do or at least half of us. 52.3% of those who were surveyed by the Conference Board, the New York-based nonprofit research group claimed they are unhappy at work according to a recent report. Here’s just how you can make that happen…

 

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