Proven Retention Strategies to Help Reduce Employee Turnover

Every element of your organization is responsible for turnover and retention — not just HR. Employee turnover is a product of the employee experience overall, starting with the candidate’s experience and new employee onboarding. Onboarding is of critical importance to employee retention, and you need to have a well-designed onboarding program that offers employees opportunities for feedback. 

Reflect on these key points:

  • 1For retention strategies to work, it’s important for every department to be involved and for everyone to stop assuming it’s an HR problem only.
  • 2Everything starts with getting qualified candidate with the appropriate experience before the onboarding starts.
  • 3A good onboarding scheme must include feedback, which means that feedback training for those in the process is critical.

“According to a survey from Korn Ferry, ninety-right percent of senior leaders believe that structured overboarding programs are the key to employee retention.”

Read the full story: https://www.hrbartender.com/2018/recruiting/retention-reduce-employee-turnover/