At this 3,500 employee company, turnover went from 12.4 percent to 2.4 percent. Its formal approach to recruiting certainly helped.
Articles by Sarah Fister Gale
This 260-employee company uses a staffing firm that has expertise the company’s managers lack.
Employee-assistance programs offer a wealth of work/life and diversity services, such as helping to find child and elder care.
Internet recruiting isn’t just convenient, it’s essential; 96 percent of all job seekers use the Internet.
The decision to integrate HRMS and payroll into a single system is a no-brainer. Integration isn’t, however, a flawless solution.
USC didn’t want the focus of its recognition program to be on money. “It’s not about the value of the gift, it’s about the value of the thanks.”
To combat the personal-day exodus at the end of the year, Educational Testing Service rewards its people for not using their sick days.
TriWest created a multi-tiered reward system, allowing fellow employees to recognize each other’s accomplishments.
To support their new 401(k) program, Penna Flame developed a partnership with a local bank to host on-site seminars and investment workshops.
At Eddie Bauer, investment education is part of a larger initiative to removethe hurdles from employees’ lives so they can focus completely on their work.