Erica Fish, Public Policy Intern
With more and more employees leaving their positions, employers are thinking about how they turn the “Great Resignation” into the “Great Retention.”
As an employer, you should understand what is making your employees stick around, and how you can leverage that to recruit prospective employees and keep momentum going for long-lasting employment.
There is always competition for the best and brightest employees, so it’s important to consider what makes your organization stand out. From higher wages and signing bonuses to training opportunities and childcare options, it’s important to know how your organization operates, while also dissecting the ins-and-outs of workplace culture.
Wages and benefits are just one part of the retention equation. Experts suggest several other ways employers can look to recruit and retain employees including by:
If you’re interested in learning more about the Chamber’s talent initiatives, contact Alex Breault, the Chamber’s director of talent initiatives, at firstname.lastname@example.org.