Category Archives: employee-retention

Employee Recognition: How to Celebrate Your Wins

How often have you seen this quote in your LinkedIn or Facebook news feed?

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Why New Hire Surveys and Stay Interviews Lower Employee Turnover Rates

There are two completely opposite, yet distinctly constant feelings in recruitment. The high you get when you make a perfect hire who is going to fit into your company well and the painful feeling when your best staff member tells you they are leaving. While those feelings are different, both can…

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5 Great Ways to Celebrate National Employee Benefits Day

2017's National Employee Benefits Day is fast approaching. This holiday, which was created and is promoted by the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans was instituted mostly to increase awareness via communication of benefits to employees, however April 3rd is a perfect time to review…

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What Employees Want from Their Jobs in 2017

You’ve heard it a million times; the best defense is a good offense. And, when it comes to recruitment, your best bet to win the recruiting game is retention. Retention shows outside prospects that employees value your company and feel appreciated. In order to maintain a stellar retention rate,…

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Solving the Primary Care Physician Burnout Problem

Many studies have found that physician burnout is at an all time high. For instance, the American Medical Association and the Mayo Clinic reported, “burnout and satisfaction with work-life balance in US physicians worsened from 2011 to 2014. More than half of US physicians are now experiencing…

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One Simple Answer to Improve Your Employee Retention

We live and work in an exciting time period filled with new technology, flexible scheduling and different definitions of what the workday entails. Though the 9 to 5 still exists for a large percentage of workers, it isn’t the case for everyone. Think about the last time you left a position. Was it…

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Do You Have a Succession Plan for Your Physician Workforce?

We talk a lot about recruiting physicians, attracting new graduates and boosting company culture in order to build a stronger employer brand, but what is not often addressed is developing a succession plan. What will you do when your physicians start to retire?

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Lower Your Recruitment Stress by Retaining Top Talent

Retaining top talent is equally as important as running new recruitment initiatives and should be thought of as a symbiotic relationship. When a recruiter is tasked with many searches, sometimes existing employees get forgotten (even ones that were just hired!) When employees start to feel lost in…

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Combat Employee Apathy by Improving Workplace Culture

Are your employees engaged? Chances are if they’re like 1/3 of Americans, they aren’t. According to Gallup, engaged employees are defined as, “those who are involved in, enthusiastic about and committed to their work and workplace.”

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The Employee and Candidate Experience – Be The Most Effective

Employee feedback is directly linked to making sure new candidates want to work for your company, which is why it is so important to study trends present in reports such as the State of Employee Feedback This report includes feedback from 300 organizations and shows what struggles companies deal…

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