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Employee attrition is the reduction of staff when employees leave the organization and replacement is not done. The one factor that makes employee attrition so dangerous is that companies are not prepared. The loss stems from the fact that there is a big void in the company.
> The only way to do great work is to love what you do. – Steve Jobs Gamification in the workplace, a concept or idea that is widely discussed but rarely implemented. Being an HR or a manager, there’s a high possibility that you have encountered this term before. And you might have thought what is this all about? What are its effects and why it is important? But before delving deeper into understanding more about gamification, let's go back to our old days'. You do remember how our teache
Running a business in today’s time is like arranging the pieces of a big puzzle. A puzzle where the scattered pieces resemble your workforce and their aspirations. And if any of the pieces go missing the entire picture remains incomplete. Well, having said so the issue of employee absenteeism in the workplace is no different here. As an HR personnel or a manager, it’s a common scene to find one or two empty seats in your workplace. In most cases, you might approve your employees’ leave applicat
Employee retention refers to the ability of an organization to retain its employees. Good organizations not only hire the best talents but also know how to retain them for a longer period of time. Employees are the lifeline of any organization. When these skilled employees walk out of the door, it becomes difficult to find good replacements. High turnover [https://blog.vantagecircle.com/employee-turnover/] not only affects an organization’s bottom line but also is a costly process. And it is o