Employee benefits are often overlooked, but when considering a job offer there is a lot more on the table to consider than just the […]Continue reading
I read this week that 4.5 million people are going to move jobs this year. As a recruiter the foundation of my job is to speak to tens of people a day who are looking moving jobs, an even I thought “Wow, that seems a lot”. So how do we stop this from happening, how can we retain our staff? Here are the top 3 reasons I hear from candidates about why they want to move…
This can manifest itself in many forms. In smaller organisations this could mean having a clear training plan if there isn’t any room to move upwards and this could help employees feel valued and give them the appetite to do better in their roles. In larger organisations it would be a good idea to have a clear progression plan in place but ensuring you have ways to achieve this progression alongside. This ensures the employee knows it is obtainable and how to get there.
Blog written by: Jade Lough, HR Recruitment Consultant at Williams Kent Ltd
9th May 2018
Employee Engagement is fast becoming a cornerstone of HR. More and more large organisations are bringing in specialists; adopting overarching engagement frameworks and investing […]Continue reading
There is a significant shift in mobility patterns. It is easier to travel around the world than ever before. Forever advancing technology and social […]Continue reading