Ideas for employee learning and development

Your Best Talent is About to Leave

Posted by Jon Peters on Jul 6, 2018 10:02:09 AM

What are you doing to engage and retain them?

It was reported recently by The Wall Street Journal that 3.4 million people chose to leave their jobs in April due to strong economic growth and record-low unemployment. They have become emboldened by a 4% unemployment rate and believe they can fare better in other organizations. More than one in seven of the nation’s 6.1 million jobless Americans in May were voluntarily unemployed, having left a previous position to look for another. Job-hoppers also tend to get better pay; those who move to a new job got a roughly 30% annual pay boost.

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Topics: engagement, talent management, millennials, retention, employee development, unemployment, job growth, microlearning, bite-sized learning

5 Tips for Cultivating a Happy Workplace

Posted by Rick Lepsinger on Jun 11, 2018 4:49:53 PM

Many companies are looking for ways to create a happy workplace and reap the benefits of the productivity gains that come with it. Unfortunately, “happy” is a subjective and difficult to define term, especially when it comes to the workplace. While it’s certainly true that many employees describe themselves as “happy” and apply the same label to their organization, the precise meaning of this term can vary from person to person.

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Topics: reflection, talent management, retention, employee development, engagement, talent, happiness