How To… Retain Your StaffPosted in : How To... with Dr. Gerry McMahon on 24 April 2018
When Roy Keane walked out of Ireland’s World Cup squad in 2002 many went into meltdown. Some relationships never recovered. But regardless of the rights and wrongs of that fiasco, what does linger is the all-important message about the need to have an employee retention strategy that cultivates good working relationships and is cognisant of the fact that ‘people often leave people’ rather than just the job or the organisation.
Labour Turnover: Levels and Impact
Labour turnover rates vary widely across industries, organisations, occupations and regions. For example, whilst the Irish Business and Employers’ Confederation estimates that the average rate amongst its membership (for 2017) was
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How To... with Dr. Gerry McMahon
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