This video explains how to use metrics to determine if you have a retention issue, what is causing the problem, and what to do about it.
- Employee retention is an important…metric for many reasons.…Not only does it show how successful…your recruiting efforts are in finding…qualified candidates, but it's also a great…indicator of the overall health…of your company or organization.…Let's look at how to determine…if you have a retention issue.…What's causing the problem, and what to do about it.…It might be easier and more insightful…to start by analyzing retention rates…by sections, like job class…instead of looking at your entire company.…
Let's say you observe a high turnover for a particular job.…Review the responsibilities of the job…to see if there are unrealistic expectations…or unobtainable goals that are causing the turnover.…Another method to review retention data…is by income level or department.…In this way you can determine if the retention problem…is a company wide issue or you may discover…a management issue in a certain department.…It's a well known fact that many employees…quit their manager, not their company.…
One of my clients had a big increase…
- Identifying your needs
- Determining your budget
- Identifying the best recruiting firms
- Questions you should ask
- Determining expectations
- Establishing a follow-up process
- Contracts and agreements
- Guarantees, fees, and bill rates
- Annual prospectus
Skill Level Intermediate
Strategic Human Resourceswith Catherine Mattice Zundel55m 44s Intermediate
Administrative Human Resourceswith Catherine Mattice Zundel1h 25m Appropriate for all
1. Identify Your Needs
2. Questions You Should Ask
3. Determine Expectations
4. Documentation and Pricing
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