The extend of poor SME leadership is revealed by new research, which highlights the potential impact of poor leadership on productivity and staff retention
Tags: staff retention
What can HR departments do to make sure staff stays on?
New research shows the trend linked to increased levels of stress at work.
New research finds that the key to preventing New Year staff departures may be a December bonus.
The webinar will present an opportunity for you to address your own thoughts and challenges around hiring and retaining graduates.
When done properly, being visibly family-friendly is a powerful tool for employers, new research finds.
£40k per head is the true cost of legal recruitment, says Oxford Economics
When it comes to staff retention, promoting employee wellbeing should never be underestimated by business leaders. When you break it down, wellbeing at its simplest level is about personal happiness. It stands to reason that employees who feel good and live healthily are likely to be your longest standing and most productive team members. Invest in their health and you invest in your business.
Credit Suisse has told its staff to leave work by 7pm on a Friday and not return until at least Saturday lunchtime, unless a big deal is in the works or there is an urgent request from a client.
Analysis, conducted by P&MM, a performance improvement agency has found that employers can expect to gain nearly four years length of service when the good work undertaken by an individual employee has been recognised by their manager or a colleague.
High potential employees are seen as almost twice as valuable to their organisations as employees (HiPos) who are not high potential.
At the forefront of any company is the critical and delicate process of staff retention and motivation. Unfortunately, Monster revealed that over half (54%) of employees feel under-appreciated and, as a result, two in five feel demotivated.
Staff retention has been a huge problem since the recession so how do we encourage staff to stay?
A lack of skilled and confident line managers is a significant barrier to retaining workers with disabilities, new research from Business Disability Forum (BDF) finds.
Gary Cattermole, Director of The Survey Initiative, discusses how regional differences and stereotypes can affect staff at work and how organisations can work with different personality types to get the best out of their workforce.