Employee Retention Strategies Start With the Hiring Process
Grow Your Employee Retention Strategies and See Happier Employees
In the competitive talent market today, employee retention strategies are more important than ever. If retaining the best talent is a focus of your organization, it is key to keep them motivated, happy and engaged with your company culture.
Making Picks in Line With Culture
Your company culture is something that is uniquely yours. It’s what motivates your employees and makes them proud to work for you. When you hire someone, you have to make sure they’re 100% invested in your company culture. It needs to fit their behavior and values.
However, the responsibility is yours in terms of following through with your values as a company, which means everyone from the top down needs to be on board.
Does your company culture shine even in your recruiting efforts? Consistency is important. Your job descriptions must be written in a way that not only informs potential applicants about the role, but it also supports the way you operate as an organization.
Not all high-quality candidates are going to be a good fit for your culture, which is why it’s important to onboard those who fit the culture to a “T.”
Today’s young career-minded person is focused on growth. If you’re not providing them education opportunities so they can grow in their career, they may seek to find an employer who will.
In many situations where an employee leaves, it’s either because they don’t like the management style or because they’re bored and need opportunities to grow and be challenged.
Most employees appreciate it when management communicates freely with them. This falls in line with employee recognition – you need to communicate to your employees that you value the work they do for the organization. This can include constructive feedback that helps them improve the way they work. If communication skills aren’t part of your employee retention strategies, make it a focus because it can play a strong role in retaining employees.
Why not take a scientific approach to hire the right people? The predictive index method involves easily administered assessments, which are analyzed by a professional and it results in a report on candidates and how they’ll potentially fit with your team.
At PI Consulting Group, our solutions have assisted many companies, so contact us today and let’s discuss our methods more thoroughly.