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5 Tips for Retaining Top Talent During the “Great Reshuffle”

“The Great Reshuffle” is a phrase we are all familiar with and currently experiencing in the current workforce. Employees are more willing than ever before to leave their current jobs in search of a better option. This is putting pressure on employers and shifting how the workplace is functioning. Here are 5 tips on how to retain top talent during the Great Reshuffle: 

  1. Increase Emphasis on Employee Recognition

Who doesn’t love getting recognized? One of the most important aspects you can do as a leader is to change the dynamics of your workplace. When employees are seen and acknowledged for their hard work, the more likely they are to stay at your company. Here are 3 unique ways to highlight your employees in the workplace. 

  1. Give the Option for Hybrid/Virtual Work 

Now that almost everyone has gotten a taste of working from home, a lot of people do not want to go back to going to the office every day. Being flexible and allowing work from home days or virtual work will score you points and will show employees that you care about what works best for them. 

  1. Pay Your Employees Fairly 

This seems like a no-brainer, but paying your employees fairly is more important than ever. With competition ramping up, it is important to ensure that your benefits and salary are fair and motivates your employees to want to stay. To compare your benefits with other organizations take our survey here.

  1. Invest in Personal Development Opportunities 

When people accept a job, they are also hoping to gain more skills and learning opportunities to advance their careers. It is imperative to give employees the correct tools and resources to learn and grow during their experience. Here are some unique ways to invest in the personal development of your employees. 

  1. Maintain Healthy Communication

Lastly, having open communication with your employees is what makes them want to stay at your company. Without trust, relationships will fail. Leading with honesty and respect will help your organization maintain a positive work environment and boost morale, leading people to want to stay. 

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