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Return of Retention

During the late 1990s, most companies had to scramble to attract and retain high-caliber talent. Even mediocre workers were hard to keep. Retaining employees became so important that it was at the top of the HR agenda in many companies. Some CEOs even mentioned it as a critical business imperative. But all this suddenly changed when the economy tanked in 2001. The war......

Full article >>> in a funk. But anecdotal indicators like the number of articles appearing in newspapers and business magazines are beginning to suggest that the issue of employee retention may be making a comeback. After a three year absence, employee retention-related pieces on topics such as what benefits and perks companies should introduce to keep people, how to re-engage employees, etc., are beginning to ap......

Full article >>> bout employees than letting them choose what they want and need from the organization. Whether its a special perk, a development opportunity or a new role, employees will stay if they have a say.

Even if the job market remains stalled, paying more attention to talent will pay off in renewed employee commitment and better performance. And should retention again become an issue for your org......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tony DiRomualdo 08/11/04


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