Companies such as LinkedIn, Mars and Marriott International are using branding to market themselves to prospective employees.Read More
We want to boost our retention of new hires. What we most want to know is what it will take for new employees to commit to staying with us long term. Are there any secrets to learning this in advance of hiring?
—Missing the Link, HR generalist, architectural/engineering, Miami
Given the high unemployment rate, how high a priority is retention for organizations these days?
—Thankful to Be Working, recruitment executive, telecommunications, California
Employers such as Chicago-based Red Frog Events are looking to improve their overall employment deal, spelling out an overall compensation and culture package that often includes a company vision for what employees can get and give back in return.Read More
A recent study conducted by Baylor University found that developing an internal social networking site could help a company acclimate its new hires into the corporate culture, improve employees' morale and reduce turnover rates.Read More
The average salary for technology professionals rose 5.3 percent in 2012—the largest increase in a decade, according to a Dice Holdings Inc. salary survey. Read More
How could we identify why employees change jobs? We know it's not always the money, but is there a way we could predict the indicators for each person?
—Don't Leave Us, services, North Carolina