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Employees’ First Days on the Job Affect Their Willingness to Stay

By Cara Silletto, MBA, Magnet Culture As companies prepare and adapt for the shorter-term workforce today, onboarding becomes an even more crucial piece to the retention puzzle. An evaluation and potential revamp of your orientation and onboarding processes may be critical for greater staffing stability moving forward. Before Day One Even before day one on

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Recruiting Strategies to Bolster Staff Retention

By Cara Silletto, MBA, Magnet Culture Improving recruiting efforts alone will not fix a company’s employee retention issues. A company’s first efforts in reducing unnecessary employee turnover should always start with the reasons people are leaving. If companies focus on gaining greater staffing stability and keeping the employees they have, over time there will be

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Workforce training funding may be available – here’s how you find your money!

The federal government (and many state governments) have passed legislation allowing for grant money to go towards workforce training programs. Employers can often use this money on programs that bolster their workforce, improve employee retention, etc. – including programs such as Crescendo’s Workforce Retention Bootcamp. Most companies, however, don’t know about thousands of free training

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Stop Hiring Recruiters When You Really Need A Retention Specialist!

If employee retention is a major issue for your organization, why are you hiring an additional recruiter? Why put a bandage on the issue by adding to the recruiting team, when “recruiting the wrong people” is only a tiny part of the real causes for increased turnover? Instead, consider hiring and empowering a Retention Specialist

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