Some companies or professions require some of their employees to stay “on-call” and to be available to work on a limited notice. In some cases, such as in hospitals, this can be life or death situations, or it can also be something less critical such as a lunch rush at a restaurant. On-call arrangements are […]
Today’s workplace has changed even if its general components have remained the same in the past decades. We have structure, hierarchy, managers, and employees. But gone are the days when manpower is perceived only as a well-oiled machine that produced a certain output. The growing population of knowledge workers today thrives on excellence through autonomy. […]
Do you always have a vacant position in one of your departments? Are employees in your company on consistent rotation? If yes, then maybe it’s time to review your employee turnover rates. A quick definition When an employee leaves, we call it employee turnover. Its causes vary—employees may leave to retire, shift careers, or maybe […]
The term “employee turnover rate” is used to describe how fast employees leave a company. Companies assess turnover rates over four business quarters or one fiscal year.
Employees come and go—this is one of the many facts of life when it comes to business. Some positions and industries are more prone to employee changes, but are you paying enough attention as to why your employees leave?
Employee morale is the sum of employees’ attitudes, satisfaction, and outlook while working for a company. An employee with high morale is often happy and satisfied with their work, while one with low morale may complain a lot or perform poorly.
No matter the industry, some employees end up leaving when they find a better job. It’s not always for the same reasons. Better working conditions and monetary benefits always come to mind, but others might just want to pursue a different career.