Employee Retention

Typical human resource (HR) issues that employers face include recruiting workers, training employees, preventing discrimination, increasing productivity, ensuring safety, resolving conflicts, and offering benefits. To lighten your load, National PEO provides various staffing solutions ranging from comprehensive services to customized individual tasks. Access more useful employment information via our federal and state government links. Recruiting […]

Selecting new hires by cultural fit has become a modern recruitment mantra. That means looking beyond job descriptions and skills to choose contenders whose personalities and behaviors fit your firm’s core values, philosophies, beliefs, and attitudes. Unfortunately, a survey found that less than 50 percent of organizations have defined cultures. If you are in that […]

Are Your Best Employees Leaving? You Could Be the Problem One of the top issues facing any organization is the retention of top talent. It is one thing to attract and hire excellent employees — it is something else altogether to keep them happy, engaged, and loyal to your company. Because the costs of losing […]

Engage New Staffers With Charity and Volunteerism Like many employers, you may face challenges acquiring and retaining top talent. National PEO can advertise your openings with expertly crafted job descriptions that draw in your industry’s best applicants. They’re likely to be millennials from 18 to 34 years old who represent today’s greatest workforce proportion at […]

Employee Benefits that Improve Hiring and Retention A new benefit survey of human resource professionals found that around a third of companies had more trouble hiring and retaining employees at all levels in 2014 than the two previous years. Some 29 percent of businesses leveraged their incentive packages to gain new staffers while 25 percent […]

You’re Fired . . . Or, Maybe Not: Rehiring a Former Employee For most people, getting fired means that the door to that company is closed completely. Most bosses aren’t going to go to all of the trouble of terminating someone if they aren’t completely sure that the person is not suitable for the position, […]

5 Things You Need to Know About Managing Millennials By the year 2020, Millennials — the generation born between about 1980 and the year 2000 — will make up 46 percent of the workforce. These young people are ambitious, educated, and like most workers, eager to find their place in a meaningful career. But if […]

Stop! Do This Before You Fire an Employee As a manager, one of the least pleasant tasks that you’ll ever have to do is firing an employee. It’s never fun to be the one who has to share news that negatively affects someone’s livelihood, never mind their overall career path and self-esteem. And while the […]

Why Your Company Needs a Progressive Discipline Policy It can happen to even the best leaders: An employee (or employees) fails to follow company policies. Perhaps they are chronically late, take too many breaks during the day, or spend too much time updating their Facebook statuses and not checking on client status. Whatever the offense, […]

Beat the First Day Blues: How to Make a New Employee’s First Day the Best It Can Be The first day of any new job is often nerve-wracking and overwhelming, no matter what your position in the company may be. Not only is it time to show off all of the skills that got you […]