Tag Archives: employee retention

gender pay disparities The knowledge of disparities in pay between men and women is not a new concept, but over the last couple of years it has become a much more widely debated topic. In 2016, it was reported that full time female employees in the United States were paid, on average, only 80 percent of what their […] continue reading this post


10 indicators of a bad manager When you hire or promote leaders, you trust that they can effectively manage employees, promote productivity and foster a positive workplace culture. Unfortunately, the behavior and leadership skills a business owner sees in their managers can be different from the behavior of which lower-level employees are on the receiving end. In some scenarios, an employer […] continue reading this post


image Exit interviews can give employers valuable insight on why their employees leave their organization as well as how they can make improvements to better engage with their remaining employees. The downside to an exit interview, of course, is that you’re losing an employee at the end of it. If you value your employees and want […] continue reading this post


image There is nothing more rewarding for a hiring manager than recruiting a talented candidate who is a perfect fit for the company and an outstanding employee. And nothing is worse than when one of your best employees hands in their notice and walks out the door. When good employees quit, employers are often left wondering […] continue reading this post


Most employers are aware that employee turnover is part of running a company, but many are still taken by surprise when a quality employee voluntarily leaves the company to work elsewhere. Voluntary employee turnover rates don’t appear to be decreasing any time soon, and for employers that can be very costly. New research has uncovered […] continue reading this post