Organizations spend a considerable amount of time, money and effort in hiring the right people. Once the employees are in the system it makes good sense to have the tenure balance the investment cost. However, as any working professional would tell you, the calculation isn’t always that simple. In addition to hiring and training costs, … Continue reading Analytics 101: Why People Leave
Remember the fiasco of meeting 1? This next one was really amazing. Why? Because we decided to reverse engineer the entire process. We are so used to first fixing a framework and then working within the constraints, that we miss out on some aspects and increase the process time. We looked at our earlier selection … Continue reading Critical Employee Group: Identification – Reverse Engineering it!
The most amusing thing happened at work today! But first, I must give you a little background. The Business unit based out of the location for which I work consists of close to 80 employees most of who are new hires or have been with us for less than 2 years. This location serves majorly … Continue reading Critical Employee Group!
With the appraisals coming to a close and the data pouring in, we've been busy with reading into what this data has to say. This year, we went ahead and did a separate analysis for our campus hires. What the data said to us raised some very serious concerns! To begin with, most campus hires … Continue reading Retaining the young ones