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10 Tips for a Staff That Lasts

One of today's greatest challenges facing business operators is retaining qualified, valuable employees or staff members. This article highlights 10 simple things you can do to improve employee retention.

ABC's of Employee Retention

Retaining good employees is one of the most rigorous challenges. That's why The ABCs of Employee Retention is so helpful. From "Always Show Respect" to "Zealously Ask for Input," this article covers all the bases.

Designing Effective Orientation Programs

New hires need to feel they fit in and that they are making valuable contributions to the company early on. One of the best ways to do this is with a well-designed orientation program. A good orientation program not only helps employees get up to speed faster, it increases job satisfaction and reduces turnover. This article covers all the essential elements of an effective orientation program.

Employee Involvement Programs Drive Performance

Getting employees' ideas and getting their involvement is critical in our rapidly changing world. If your company is going to be competitive, it's mandatory to involve not just hands, but the ideas from everyone in your organization.

Employee Motivation

A great list of low cost and no cost motivators, focuses on eliminating "demotivators" from your culture and using communication, motivation, and empowerment to motivate employees.

Guaranteeing Hiring Success

This article highlights the benefits of improving your hiring process, and gives you an assortment of tools to help you make your hiring decisions. Once you've set up a process to recruit, assess, and interview potential job candidates, you can guarantee your hiring success.

It Pays to Help New Staff Start Right

Managers should invest wisely in well-designed staff orientation programs. Effectively orientating your new employees can pay big dividends in staff retention, employee commitment and customer satisfaction.

Keeping Entry Level Workers From Quitting

Turnover is costly for all businesses, large or small. For a worker you are paying $24,000 a year, it will cost you an additional thousand or so dollars to replace them. However, the small business owner may feel the impact more immediately and to a higher degree. While there may not be a magic formula for attracting and keeping entry-level workers, here are some tips to consider.

Organizing a Corporate Retreat

Successful retreats require careful planning in order to be of benefit to the organization and its leaders. What follows are the recommendations of experienced retreat consultants and facilitators, based on a history of successful retreats.

The Ins and Outs of Employee Surveys

Employees are critical to the success of your business. Their satisfaction and support are necessary to ensure that your organization is functioning as you would like it to, and satisfied employees can help you to increase productivity, decrease turnover, and improve profits. The Business Research Lab, a leader in employee satisfaction and customer satisfaction surveys, offers the following tips when evaluating your need for and implementation of employee surveys.
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