20% of an employee’s annual salary will be spent to find, recruit, and train their replacement. That cost is why investing in an employee retention strategy can pay off big for organizations.
During every stage of the employee life cycle, you have opportunities to improve your employee retention.
Did you know that the authentication process in cybersecurity is considered to be one of the weakest links in computer security today?
Did you know that 20% of new hires leave in the FIRST 45 DAYS? Or that 15% of those that left felt a lack of onboarding played a part in their early departure?
At the end of 2019, the Pew Research Center released a report detailing how Americans feel about the privacy of their personal information and data.
The cliff notes version?
Companies of all sizes are scrambling to get ahead of coronavirus, implementing measures like work from home, office space deep cleaning, travel bans, and more.
The New York Times predicts that...
Recruiting and hiring new employees is a complicated process. Organizations want to be confident that they’ve made the right choice—an employee who will stick around and contribute to the team.