Do you have high staff turnover within your business

Published: 20 Aug 2020

How is staff retention within your business?

  • Do you have a high staff turnover? 
  • Do you feel every time you start someone new, another person leaves? 
  • Do you feel that the applicants you meet are just ok, and you are picking the best from the bunch?
  • Are you struggling to understand what wrong? 

Something is clearly not working and you need to find the issue. 

I enjoy working with clients to really understand what’s going on within the business and how we can work together to make a positive improvement. 

Some Ideas for you to consider -  

  • Salary and benefits surveys, see how you compare to other local employers 
  • Culture and attitude check with staff how is the general moral 
  • Staff surveys can be made anonymous to protect staff so they can be honest 
  • Exit interviews ask why staff are leaving and what made them want to leave
  • Develop a plan to make necessary improvements 

We are able to calibrate with a HR professional to re organise and improve staff moral, improve retention and boost moral across your business. 

If you would like to have a chat about any of this, weather or not you would like to use us, maybe just to complete a survey do let me know and let's see if we can help.

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