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Don’t Leave the Crumbs to the New Hires

At Magnet Culture, we dive deep into our client’s turnover issues. Sometimes this leads to surprising findings that help us serve future clients. One of our clients is a ready-mixed concrete company. The leaders expressed concern due to a high turnover rate specifically among the truck drivers. What we uncovered is applicable across every organization […]

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Kick Sarcasm to the Curb – Why to Eliminate Toxicity from Office Culture

This blog may be prompting you to raise an eyebrow and begin searching for any number of sarcastic memes, but sarcasm is a gateway to toxic office culture. Creating a positive office culture is one of the best ways to improve workforce morale and increase employee retention. While many people value a witty work environment,

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Remember Lessons Learned from the Last Recession: Don’t Cut Management Training (For Long)

Twelve years ago, when the Great Recession hit and money got tight, businesses had to make cuts. And what was one of the first things to go? Training and development. The COVID19 economic crisis is going to tempt business leaders to do the same thing, and I’m here to warn you: don’t repeat the mistake.

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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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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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