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There are many reasons but I want to focus on the top four reasons: Wrong  Hire, Superficial Induction, Poor co-worker/boss and Lack of a transparent performance management system. Let me explain each of these reasons: Wrong Hire:  The seed of early exit often lies in wrong hire. Most employers want the best employee for the salary they pay. Very often when my customers describe the "outstanding achiever"...

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Round pegs for round holes is the most clichéd concept in recruitment and yet the most enduring. As all, employers quickly learn that there’s a world of difference between an employee who has the capability to deliver on a role and is a match for the organisation’s culture and one who is not. Though finding such a match is a mindboggling and frustrating exercise, a...

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Social media, mobile phones and mobile apps have become common tools in our daily lives, and for many, a necessity in our fast-growing society. Social media has come a long way from just being a means to connect with friends. Its usage has become so widespread that big and small companies use it as a standard communication and brand-building tool to enhance relationship with employees...

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Most companies talk a big game about how strong their corporate culture is and how it shapes the employee experience. But culture is a buzzword that means different things to different people. What is culture anyway? One common definition describes culture as “the way people behave when no one is looking.” By that definition, “culture” influences how people behave. Therefore, the stronger the culture, the more...

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Employee alignment means different things to different people. To some, it means getting everyone on the same page. To others, it means looking at the bigger picture and understanding everyone’s role within it. Either way, good employee alignment is essential to helping employees stay focused and maximizing profits for your company. Learning to embrace employee alignment is not only a critical factor in the overall success...

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The purpose of an internship ideally is to provide in-house training for students earning degrees or certificates in their chosen field of study. Historically, internships were not always a paid opportunity, although trends over time show that the majority of internship opportunities are now paid which is great for the student. Unfortunately for employers and sometimes the student intern, the lines between whether the student is...

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With many changes to health care coming in 2016, it’s important to help employees pick a plan that can guarantee you appropriate prescription benefits. Prescription planning is changing as prices increase. Read on to learn how you can help employees get the most out of your prescription benefits. Why Consumers Often Err in Choosing Health Plans. The New York Times: “Eric Johnson, a Columbia business professor, led...

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An employee handbook can be a critical tool not only in setting forth the company’s values and culture, but in helping an employer stay out of court. In a recent XpertHR webinar, Littler Mendelson employment attorneys Christopher Cobey and Marissa Dragoo offered the following key tips to ensure your company’s handbook is in shape for 2016: 1. Make Sure Your Handbook Has the Right Policies Even though...

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