How to turn the great resignation into the great retention

Learn how to implement a successful retention strategy that benefits all your staff

How to turn the great resignation into the great retention

When thinking about retention today, one cannot discount the massive psychological impact that the effects of the global pandemic had on employers and employees alike. The workforce has emerged with a completely new outlook on how they want to live and work. A free whitepaper published by HRD in partnership with EZRA explains that shift in thinking, why having a retention strategy is important and how to do it effectively.   

Download the full FREE whitepaper here: The great retention

Like most things in HR retention strategies aren’t one size fits all so the first step is gathering feedback on what your employees want. There are various ways you can do this, but the most important thing is that you listen carefully to it, and actually act upon it. 

Understanding that what used to work might not work anymore is an important first step. Understanding what employees want and where their issues lie in comparison to how they felt before the pandemic, is crucial to implementing a successful retention strategy that benefits all your staff.

When it comes to retention strategies, they shouldn’t only be used when people are leaving, they are something you should have in mind from the start.

Get started on you retention strategy:

  • Gather feedback and act on it. Once you know where the potential problem areas lie, you can focus on fixing them.
  • Encourage open communication
  • Introduce flexible working
  • Create a culture of learning
  • Prioritise wellbeing
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Learn more and gain insight into:

  • The top challenges organisations face today
  • Understanding pre-pandemic expectations and what people want now
  • How to get started on your retention strategy – including actionable steps and tips

Download the full FREE whitepaper here: The great retention

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