Today's episode focuses on employee mental health, fixing the "Great Resignation" and, employee retention with Jeremy Cooper of Balanced Life .
It’s been said a thousand times and will likely be said a thousand times, these are interesting times and especially in the world of work. According to a report from ResumeBuiilder.com, the phenomenon known as The Great Resignation will continue through 2022. To quote said report...
Have you heard of “The Great Resignation”? The Great Resignation is this phenomenon where people are quitting their jobs en masse even as recent labor numbers show that the economy is recovering after the financial impact of the pandemic. We have discussed the phenomenon in detail on our blog. This
Consider one of your roles that has been difficult to recruit for and even more difficult to retain; one way to keep that employee engaged is creative compensation strategies. What do I mean by that? Simply put, look at the job description and consider it carefully; figure out how you could reduce
If you recruited someone out of a negative work environment, it is quite possible they will remain loyal employees of your company out of a sense of gratitude. Of course, there are no guarantees, but I think it's entirely possible. That being said, how would one go about finding people suffering in
It has been my experience that the recruiters who hire the talent do not conduct the exit interviews. Why not? I think such is a missed opportunity for recruiters to perfect their sales pitch and become more aware of the challenges inherent in the role. Moreover, I would take this a step further
The Great Resignation is upon us as many Americans are quitting their jobs en masse. What is the reason behind it and what can companies do in response? These are the questions asked and answered in this episode of Tribe TV.
Have you heard of “The Great Resignation?” The Great Resignation is this phenomenon where people are quitting their jobs en masse even as recent labor numbers show that the economy is recovering after the financial impact of the pandemic.