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Which Experiences Matter Most in Employee Engagement and Retention?

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Article by Alan Margulis - Mar 15, 2018

Employees spend more time in their relationship with their employers than they do with family, friends, spouses, or children. Their experiences at work matter, especially at a time when retention risk is at its peak.

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3 Types Of Employees That Managers Love

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Article by Alan Margulis - Oct 26, 2017

What can you learn from that guy at work who always seems to get the plum assignments, or your co-worker who gets asked her opinion in every staff meeting? Plenty. There are certain types of employees who make a great impression on everyone, from subordinates to peers to executives. Here are...

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It's Time To Take Employee Retention Seriously

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Article by Alan Margulis - Sep 28, 2017

The prevailing attitude when discussing retention is to simply accept turnover as a fact of life. This fatalistic mindset does nothing to help improve the situation or solve the problem. In actuality, there are specific and actionable that can be done to improve employee retention rates.

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If Your Best Employees Are Quitting, Here's Why

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Article by Alan Margulis - Sep 21, 2017

Here’s a sobering statistic: the voluntary turnover rate was 11.6%. in the US last year. That may not sound like a lot, but it’s startling when you really think about it - on average, almost 12 out of 100 employees quit their jobs. This costs companies millions per year, not to mention the...

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Pokemon Go And the Art Of The Employee Perk

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Article by Alan Margulis - Aug 23, 2017

There is a direct (and hopefully positive) correlation between your recruiting and retention efforts. Specifcally, the time, money, and effort spent landing the best talent for open positions is a complete waste without a commensurate effort to keep them engaged.

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