Your simple trick for more productive, longer-tenured workforce
Your company wasn’t founded to be a recruiting firm (unless you’re a recruiting firm). But chances are you’re paying for a whole department of employees whose job is recruiting new employees to replace lost employees.
That’s expensive in and of itself. Add in the huge productivity drag associated with unstaffed openings, new-hire training, and the lost institutional knowledge that former employees take with them, and it’s clear that reducing turnover is a huge financial imperative.
Download this white paper on employee turnover to learn about ways you can reduce turnover—and the one simple trick that large companies can do to immediately address turnover, boost productivity, and save millions.