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The success of any company relies on its people. For small businesses, retaining talent is not just a matter of success; it’s a matter of survival.
A whopping 94% of employees say they would stick around longer if their company invested in their development.
When there are barriers to employment, everyone loses. People struggle to enter the workforce and companies struggle to recruit and hire.
The workplace changes from the last few years have been tangible. Employee engagement, on the other hand, tends to be not-so-tangible.
There is a large pool of talented, dependable, and high-performing workers that most companies overlook: Individuals with a criminal record.
Performance reviews are sometimes seen as time-consuming, demotivating, inaccurate, biased, and unfair. It’s time to change that narrative!
The word purpose holds deep meaning for humans. We constantly seek it – and the workplace is no exception. In fact, it’s often one of the main sources!
Small companies have been hit the hardest by the Great Resignation. With workers still thinking about quitting, these are ways you can recruit and retain talent.
The ongoing talent war is tough enough. Having candidates drop off the face of the earth won’t make anything easier.