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Surviving the Layoff Aftermath

March 28, 2001
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Early response to the needs and concerns of surviving employees is essential.
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Knowing How to Keep Your Best and Brightest

March 27, 2001
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With turnover a constant in today's workplace, many companies are training managers in the art of retention and holding them accountable when employees leave.
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<i>Dear Workforce</i> Why Do Employees Leave?

March 11, 2001
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Salary offers of 20 percent or higher are hard to beat; being within 10-15 percent may be adequate for retention.
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<i>Dear Workforce</i> How Do We Retain Our Sales Force

January 28, 2001
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Set realistic goals, and provide the support needed to achieve them.
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Retention on the Brink

October 30, 2000
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When your company is teetering on the precipice, its hope of survival may be HR's ability to identify and retain key employees. There's more to it than just cash and stock options.
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IDear Workforce-I How Do I Attract and Keep Receptionists

October 15, 2000
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Take a look at the culture, the environment and the team that person works in and see if it is attractive or not.
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Employers in Every Industry Watch Hospitals' Staffing Solutions

September 29, 2000
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Hospitals are fighting for their lives to hold on to their nurses, and the lessons they're learning in the process are valuable from IT to manufacturing.
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Building Loyalty

September 1, 2000
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A survey on worker loyalty reveals that employees will give their all -- and stay -- at companies they find deserving. Here’s how to win their devotion.
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<i>Dear Workforce</i> How Do You Calculate Turnover

August 27, 2000
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Two formulas you can use to figure out how many employees are coming and going.
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Managers' Love-Hate Relationship With Their Employees

August 18, 2000
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There needs to be more consistency in the workplace -- a consistency of trust, says guest columnist Amy Berger.
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