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Baby Boomer Versus Generation X: Managing the New Workforce
  By: Gregory P. Smith
Many good employees are quitting traditional organizations because the older workforce does not know how to manage them properly.

Becoming the Best Place to Work
  By: Gregory P. Smith
The workplace of today must put high priority on human resources. Businesses can make their organization the best place to work by following the five-step PRIDE model.

Does the "Deli Lama" Work Here?
   The Power of a Job Title Can Build Pride and Improve Retention
  By: Gregory P. Smith
The right job titles provide status and self-esteem and can help you reduce turnover and improve pride.

God, Car Batteries, and Concern for the Family
   Interstate Battery Company
  By: Gregory P. Smith
Lack of job security, fractured marriages, military conflict, office violence, non-stop change-all these issues are making people realize that life is more than just making money. People need an anchor in their life they may have never needed before. A good boss alone may not be enough.

Here Today Here To Stay: Helping Turn the Tide on Turnover and Retention
  By: Gregory P. Smith
With unemployment down to 4.2% and lower, people have much greater latitude in choosing who they want to work for. Those workplaces that adjust to these changes are going to turn the tide on turnover and retention.

Here Today, Here Tomorrow
   Transforming Your Workforce from High-Turnover to High-Retention
  By: Gregory P. Smith
It costs $4-7K to replace an hourly worker and up to $40K to replace a midlevel, salaried employee. This expenditure of time and money does nothing to give a manager or an organization a competitive edge.

How to Attract, Keep and Motivate Today's Workforce
  By: Gregory P. Smith
Management's new challenge is to transform a high-turnover culture to a high-retention culture. Retaining and motivating workers requires special attention and the responsibility falls squarely on the shoulders of HR as well as managers and supervisors at all levels.

Ideas for Employee Retention
  By: Eileen McDargh, CSP, CPAE

Companies that take the employee turnover problem seriously and implement programs to ensure employee satisfaction have the highest retention rates.


Keeping Good Employees Means Having Good Managers
  By: Gregory P. Smith
When an employee quits they don't quit the company they quit their boss. Those businesses that do a good job selecting, training and developing their managers will enjoy higher productivity and lower turnover.

Low-Cost Steps to Keep Employees from Job Hunting
  By: G.A. (Andy) Marken
The primary motivation for people job hunting is seldom simply a bigger paycheck. There are low-cost programs you can use in your department and other areas of the company to improve staff retention.

People Need to Feel Appreciated
  By: Gregory P. Smith
Money may attract people to the front door, but something else keeps them from going out the back. A lack of appreciation and recognition is a primary reason why people quit their jobs.

Retaining Employees and Customers Is A Family Affair
  By: Eileen McDargh, CSP, CPAE
As e-mail, voice mail, and technology allow people to conduct business without ever seeing each other, the competitive edge can very well be the re-creation of conversation -- specifically conversation that allows people to feel a "family" connection.

Retaining Talent in a Competitive Market
  By: Dr. Marilyn Manning
How can we best build the loyalty of highly skilled, highly trained talent to keep them motivated and committed to our company?

The Beatings Won't Stop Until The Morale Improves
  By: Gregory P. Smith
A flexible work environment promotes greater productivity, increases retention and creates more dedicated workers. All this together should positively impact the bottom line.

Top-Ten Reasons Why People Quit Their Jobs
  By: Gregory P. Smith
There are many reasons why good employees quit , most are preventable. Here's a list of the "Top Ten."


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