Long-Term Employee Retention

Hiring the right candidate might seem to be your firms top priority --but not when you look at the facts, keeping those candidates long-term should be and is the priority.

Your firm can invest time, effort and valuable resources enticing the right candidates. You may redefine your interviewing process, you can offer enticing packages, but can you keep those employees you worked so hard to get?

Linda Johns of Acadio has outlined the following areas of employee retention:

  • Talk to Your Employees
  • Create a Rich Learning Environment
  • Offer Career Opportunities
  • Look at Compensation

    Keeping employees satisfied will have long-term payoffs for your bottom-line and your business. For the full article on Employee Retention go to Acadio.

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