Your people strategy partners.
Is avoidable turnover affecting your organization's ability to reach its goals?
Not all turnover is bad. In certain positions or departments, appropriate turnover can help control costs, and when people are moving within your organization for career development, that sends a positive message to all your employees. However, when you're losing key contributors unnecessarily or a particular manager is causing churn among good performers, that type of turnover is both costly and avoidable.
We can help you understand not only why your employees are leaving, but also why they stay. That knowledge can help you leverage what your organization is doing right, tweak areas where slight changes could reduce turnover, and fill any gaps with one or two targeted programs or policies that can make significant improvements in employee retention and engagement. Retention strategies do not have to cost hard dollars -- there are many low or no-cost strategies that can result in very positive outcomes.
Learn more about our experience in retention strategy development by reading this case study about developing a career management program or this case study about developing a home-based worker policy.
EXAMPLE: Career Management