Retaining top performers provides many benefits to organizations
A recent XpertHR survey of HR leaders found that 49% of respondents view employee retention and turnover as very or extremely challenging. Because economic conditions allow for a steadily high rate of turnover, this trend is expected to continue.
Turnover that is avoidable and dysfunctional can adversely affect an organization. A significant percentage of organizational or team output is often attributable to a top performer, therefore a business should focus on retaining this type of employee.
HR should take a strategic approach to increasing the retention rates of top talent and lowering dysfunctional and avoidable turnover.
This whitepaper will guide you through the key steps for retaining top talent, including:
- Harmonizing talent acquisition and retention
- Enhancing company culture
- Focusing on career and leadership development
- And more…