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HIRING

It’s harder to find and keep office workers

Echoing reports of ongoing labor shortages, a new survey confirms that a vast majority of organizations are facing extreme difficulty finding and retaining qualified workers. But, the survey reveals, these challenges are no longer being driven solely by a lack manual services workers, as previous trends have indicated. Rather, office workers are now significantly harder to both find and retain than just one year ago. The Conference Board survey found that 84 percent of organizations hiring professional and office workers are struggling to find talent, an increase from 60 percent in April 2021. And the percent of organizations struggling to retain office workers more than doubled in the last year, from 28 percent to 64 percent. The survey of more than 175 US Human Resource executives also underscores the staying… . . . read more.

HUMAN RESOURCES

How to retain high potential women during The Great Resignation

By Rosina L. Racioppi In the age of The Great Resignation, how can you retain the rising leaders in your organization? One solution is to build a culture that supports women’s advancement by using key strategies and resources as a hedge against career dissatisfaction. We are seeing many women who are shouldering an extra burden, taking on additional responsibilities at home and at work (where it is not unusual for women to take on additional projects). In truth, high potential women often try to take on just about everything. This is a major reason why women are leaving the workforce. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, there were 2.2 million fewer women in the labor force in October 2020 than October 2019. With this new reality, HR executives can play… . . . read more.

BLOG

What you don’t know about your managers and why you should find out

By Lynne Curry, Ph.D., SPHR  bio
What are your mid-level managers doing that will cost you good employees in the next year? Are your professional staff getting the results you need them to? If not, what’s…


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MANAGING STAFF

Three months’ notice: A quarter of your workforce may change jobs by summer’s end

While employee retention is not necessarily a new concern for employers, the race to keep top workers in-house has escalated significantly in just the…


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Why your best talent is leaving and four ways to win them back

By William A. Schiemann, Ph.D  bio
Most leaders of companies today recognize the importance of having engaged people at work. Yet research from the Metrus Institute, Gallup, and others say that…


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