What can you do to make sure your new employees want to stay with you?
There are many reasons why people leave their employment. Employees may have to move with a spouse who has a better position elsewhere, or they have opportunities to study, move up or get closer to their desired careers. Often their reasons for leaving have to do with feeling undervalued by their managers, or because unresolved interpersonal conflicts have become unbearable at work. But what about the reasons people stay? And how can you increase the “stay factor” to the point where we become one of those employers of choice people talk about? A few stay-factors are related to salary which we address at the beginning of the workshop. But many others are attached to believing in the organization and in having a future there. Finally there is the pull of a positive company culture.
Find out what Central Alberta employers have said about…
- Employee referral
- Keeping people – specifics about the region
- Best employer practices for retention
- Fast-tracking your talent
- Dealing with problems: a few different approaches
- Policies: what works and what doesn’t
- The customer is not always right: no tolerance of employee disrespect or abuse
- Using translators in disciplinary circumstances