Category: Employee Retention

Why Your Satisfied Workers May Be Looking For a New Job

You’re doing everything you can to create an environment in which your employees are engaged and happy. Despite your best efforts, some of your workers may be looking for a new job this year. According to an online CreditDonkey survey of 905 American workers, 66% of employees are satisfied with their current job, yet 44%
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If You Love Your Employees, Let Them Go

If you let your employees go, there’s a good chance they will not only come back, but will also be more loyal, less stressed, and more productive. So how do you let your employees go? With three simple words: paid time off. According to The Lockton Survey Report, paid time off (PTO) is a significant
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Early Bird Registration for the High Potentials Summit

Although high-potential employees are nearly twice as valuable to your organization, a 2010 study showed that 25 percent of them planned to leave their current companies within the year. Additionally, 21 percent of these valuable employees described themselves as “highly disengaged.” High-potential employees are important because they strengthen your company’s leadership bench, which in turn,
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Global Consulting Firm Ties Profitability to Great Company Culture

What do Microsoft, General Mills, and FedEx have in common? They are all clients of Great Place to Work, a global human resources consulting firm that specializes in organizational trust. With offices in 43 countries and on six continents, Great Place to Work advises businesses, government agencies, and nonprofit organizations about leadership and culture. It
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