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Staff Retention & Employee Engagement
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Finding and keeping good people is always a major concern for employers. And if you are not trying to retain everybody you currently have - why are you employing them? A collection of articles to help you review the management of your employees and unlock the secrets to high staff retention and employee engagement.


How Good Managers Can Be Great At Retaining Staff   

There are two main areas of influence it is essential to get right to retain and engage happy employees.
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8 Retention Strategies For Any Generation  

While there are obvious differences between Baby Boomers, Generation X and Generation Y, the differences at a collective level are minimal.
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Are Your Employees Engaged?  

Why are organisations not doing enough to fix the problem of low employee engagement levels?
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Retaining Key Staff - Can You Afford Not To?  

Finding and keeping good people is always a major concern for employers. And if you are not trying to retain everybody you currently have why are you employing them?
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Employee Engagement: The Leader's Role  

On the surface, it's easy to say that uncontrollable factors contribute to business challenges - such as politics or the global economic crisis. However, some organisations continue to enjoy greater levels of success in spite of these external forces - mainly due to something called "engagement". While many leaders may understand the importance of engagement, they are fraught with more questions than ideas about how to actually create it.
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Employee Engagement - Getting Staff To Say 'I Do'

In relationships, no marriage can take place without an engagement. Business is much the same, except instead of the marriage being between two people, it is between a company and its employees. Much like any personal relationship, employee engagement depends on motivation, trust, loyalty and commitment.
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A Vintage Crop Of Employees

When the attitude, retention and turnover rate of casual staff became a problem, a Victorian winery decided to invest in training.
Case Studies > Managing People > Training & Development

It's Your People, Stupid

What makes one company an export award-winner and international success? Good products, of course. But great staff members actually make it happen.
Case Studies > Managing People > Staff Motivation, Incentives & Performance

Effectively Find, Inspire And Retain Talented People  

What are the drivers of the current talent war and how aware are you of the impact they will have in the short and long term? Finding, inspiring and retaining people to work in a modern, competitive commercial environment has never been harder. The bad news is it's about to get tougher.
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Juiced Up Business!  

Boosting your organisation to create a working environment where people want to succeed! Recent research indicates that the key to increasing profits, productivity, employee satisfaction and customer loyalty is not to work harder, but to make work more enjoyable.
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