How To Retain Talent

By September 13, 2016 December 3rd, 2017 Lifestyle

Finding and retaining talented people can be tough, but it is not impossible. An idea may be to add a start-up bonus on top of the attractive salary package. The probability of them saying “no” are slim. After putting in the time, effort, and investment to hire the best employees possible, it may be a challenge to maintain their talent. If your company is struggling to retain the talent, consider these tips:


  1. Create an Encouraging and Familiar Environment

Make the employees feel significant by greeting them by name and know their contributions to the company. They should be provided a secure environment, nothing too overwhelming. Be sure to congratulate them on their success and encourage them to make their own choices as often as possible.


  1. Offer Them a Good Starting Salary with Benefits

Offer your employees an attractive pay with a benefit package from time to time. This is a great way to motivate your employees.


  1. Make Expectations and Goals for the Company and Employees

Be sure to have well descriptive job positions so your employees know what is required of them in accordance with their skill sets. If you feel the need to make any changes, it it best to communicate with them directly.


  1. Provide Opportunities for Employees to Grow and Learn

Encourage the employees to continue their education by providing tuition. Continue to give challenges and create interest for them to work. Tap into their passion and allow them to focus their time and energy on projects they can enjoy. Let them know what career development plans you may have for them and what opportunities are available for them to grow within your company.


  1. Look After the Employees Well- Being

Care for the employees by providing them perks such as insurance, family welfare, and work-life balance. Respect and reward them for their success.


  1. Build a Career Entrepreneurship

When you provide career entrepreneurship, you are moving from a “loyalty” mindset to a “committed” mindset. In a “loyalty” mindset, people are rewarded for simply being there a long time. In a “committed” mindset, organizations clearly define what the individual is being offered in return for their services.


  1. Challenge the Employees from Time to Time

The best way to retain an employee and their interest in the company is to bring them out of their comfort zones. Hand them projects and assignments that will challenge their minds and potential. At first, they may not be that comfortable but when they succeed in their challenge, they will be asking for more.


  1. Let Respect Be the Main Idea

Treat your employees with respect in terms of body language and speech. Acknowledging them is a great way to make them feel comfortable. Maintain motivation for the employees to strive to become productive members for your organization.


  1. Recognize and Reward Hard Work

Recognition of a job well done goes a long way to creating good will and loyalty. In order to retain talent, you must make them feel appreciated, respected, and worthwhile. Recent studies show that when employees feel undervalued and unappreciated, they look for other employment. It is important to acknowledge their contributions to the business. Be sure the feedback and praise is sincere.


These are a few simple and important steps to retain talent in your organization. When you create a culture where people are recognized, engaged and they believe in what they are doing, people will not only stay with the organization, but attract others to work for the organization as well.





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