Starting a new year is always exciting with new goals, opportunities and for many of us new workforce challenges like employee retention in 2018. The US unemployment rate remained steady at 4.1% in January, which some say is full employment.  Plus, top job search site Indeed reports 61% of employers expect to hire more people than last year.*

Talented employees are at a premium and they know it:
– 67% of workers are planning on quitting in 2018**
– 35% of hiring decision makers expect more employees to quit in 2018***
– 32% of IT Pros will seek new jobs in 2018****

The Pressure is on to Increase Employee Retention in 2018

This puts the pressure on human resources and operations professionals to increase employee engagement and prioritize employee retention in 2018.  We can help! We’ve been a leader in increasing employee engagement for almost two decades and are one of the top-ranked solutions providers in the SHRM vendor directory with many positive client reviews. We have a passion for helping clients engage, develop, and retain that talent.  But for us, it’s about a whole lot more than passion.  Over nearly two decades of published research acts as a rich foundation for the advice, content and the technology-based tools we offer to our clients.

Interested in learning more about how to engage your employees and increase your retention rates?  Join us for a FREE webinar highlighting the latest on Employee Engagement and Retention Strategies. We’ll review key components of our recently published book which focuses on how great leaders and a thriving workplace culture drive engagement.  Register today  at this link

*Indeed survey of over 1,000 currently employed HR leaders in US companies with 100 employees or more. October 2017
**Survey of 5,000 employees by
***Glassdoor® survey of 750 hiring decision makers
****Spiceworks survey of 2,163 IT professionals

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