HR management problem

Discussion in 'Legal and HR' started by niceboy, Mar 24, 2008.

  1. MarkTaylor

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    Hi Nice Boy,

    The two biggest tie-ins that I use are a good pension scheme and performance related pay (although this has to be dependant on the company hitting its targets)

    M.
     
  2. Nancy Olson

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    people mostly leave their job because of the following reasons;
    culture
    pay package
    compensation and benefits
    lack of Recognition

    It's best to conduct and exit interview and ask them the real reason behind their resignation so you can improve the things in which your company is lacking.
     
  3. davidpaul

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    In order to retain the old staff we need to increase the present pay what we are giving and make him continue in the company not only that if the hr feels that he is eligible for the post we can spend more on the employee.
     
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  4. VnhumR

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    Your case makes me remember a well-known quote by Richard Branson: 'Train people well enough so they can leave, treat them well enough so they don't want to.'
    I totally agree with the opinion of conducting exit interview. Besides, you should do regular anonymous survey to take honest feedback from current staff. Normally people quit their jobs for some main reasons:
    1. A bad fit (job, culture)
    2. Bad relationships with managers or/ and colleagues.
    3. Lack of recognition
    4. Lack of motivation
    5. Lack of career development/ advancement
     
  5. Synergy360

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    Hi,
    Try these tactics to retain your employees:

    • First of all, Identify why they are thinking to leave the job.
    • You must try investing in employee’s career development.
    • Inculcate some flexible benefits.
    • Offer a competitive benefits package that fits your employees’ needs.
    • Eradicate the politics and try to create a healthy and honest working environment for the employees.
    • Try giving them a feedback on the work performed by them.
    • Your employee needs to be encouraged in some of the other ways. The best way to retain your talented employees is by rewarding them for their hard work.
    • Bring certain changes in salary pattern either 3 months, 6 months or once in a year depending on how your organization is grabbing the profit.
     
  6. Lisa Brown

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    In most cases, employees quit their job if they are not engaged, rewarded or recognized enough. Management problem, insecurity, and excessive work pressure may also be the reason.
    According to Gallup, 65 percent of surveyed employees reported that they received no recognition over the last 12 months for their work. In the same report, 89 percent of employers feel that most employees leave their companies to earn more money. But, most workers who leave their jobs cite lack of employee recognition as a major concern.
     

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