Outplacement services as part of the organizational design process.

Employee Retention is Better than Recruiting 2019

Employee retention is THE key to organizational success today. While a solid overall talent management strategy will include improved recruiting processes, employee recognition, employee training, supervisory training, outplacement services and many other activities, real talent growth starts when a company implements effective employee retention processes.

Many people stress over the tight labor market … and it IS tight.

If you spend a bit more time focusing on how to make the work experience in your organization so welcoming and fulfilling that folks won’t consider leaving you, you will get several big benefits – employee retention and improved production, quality, attendance, creativity, etc.

There are lots of ways to improve your employee retention. It’s time to really to Walk A Mile In Your Employee’s Shoes. A good retention plan starts with a good design – everything from how you recruit, onboarding, train, supervise to how you provide outplacement services for those no longer needed.

Start today … better employee retention is less expensive and stressful than the alternative … you won’t regret it!!!!

PS Employee retention really is neither difficult, nor expensive. To improve your employee retention results all you need is focus and commitment. Once you understand that employee retention has as much value as shipping and receiving, for example, and act accordingly on a daily basis, you will be surprised at how quickly things can turn around. Having said that, there are no “quick fixes” in employee retention – while you will see fast improvements initially in your efforts, unless you truly commit to doing those things that help your employees know that you think THEY are important, you’ll find your long-term employee retention results disappointing.

I recommend that you start your employee retention improvement efforts by doing a “reward audit”. You need to ask your employees how they feel recognized and rewarded for doing their jobs. Most companies are shocked by the paucity of answers they get back. This is where to start … good luck!

Rick Galbreath

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Outplacement services as part of the organizational design process.

What Does A Change in Organization Design Mean for Employees?

Growth is a primary concern for the owner of every organization. Without growth and flexibility as part of its strategy, most organizations will not be able to keep up with market changes.

Even though nearly every organization focuses on growth in one way or another, many business owners and strategists don’t know where to draw the staffing vs. growth line. In an attempt to grow, many organizations expand to the point that it becomes difficult to manage all their operations and employees effectively.

And that’s where good organizational design comes into play.

While growth is important, all of your growth oriented efforts could go down the drain if you’re not smart about your organizational design. Growth, without a proper design and plan in place, increases organizational stress and makes your organization less efficient.

Growth is a primary concern for the owner of every organization. Without growth and flexibility as part of its strategy, most organizations will not be able to keep up with market changes, resulting in shorter- and longer-term business problems.

Even though nearly every organization focuses on growth in one way or another, it’s true that many business owners and strategists don’t know where to draw the staffing vs. growth line. In an attempt to grow, many organizations expand to the point that it becomes difficult to manage all their operations and employees effectively.

And that’s where good organizational design comes into play.

While growth is important, all of your growth oriented efforts could go down the drain if you’re not smart about your organizational design. Growth, without a proper design and plan in place, increases organizational stress and makes your organization less efficient.

What Does Organizational Design Mean for Employees?

A good design will help you improve communications, reduce unnecessary costs and improve your company’s profitability. Often, as a result of your design efforts, you will find out that you need less or different people to do the same or more work. Sometimes, as tough as it is, you need to let people go in order to keep your company strong.

This is a better way of while letting people go as part of the business growth process. By providing terminated employees with outplacement services, you maintain a strong reputation in your industry, with your customers and the employees who remain. Providing outplacement services to those in career transition is a tangible act of true corporate responsibly.

By hiring a Chicago, Dallas and central Illinois outplacement services company that provides career transition services throughout the United States, you can help your ex-employees find new jobs more quickly while doing the right thing as an organization.  By providing outplacement, you show your employees, including the ones that remain with you, that their contributions are valued and appreciated. This expression of corporate loyalty is noted and appreciated.

Seeking outplacement assistance will also help you maintain an employee-friendly reputation in the very tight labor market we find ourselves in today. On top of all this, knowing that you are going to help those leaving your organization by providing outplacement services will help you make the tough decision to terminate excess staff in a timely manner.

Interested in professional outplacement services? We can help!

With years of experience in the field, we at OutplacementCompany.net can help take the outplacement process off your plate, allowing you to focus on flexibility and growth.

Please get in touch today at rick@outplacementcompany.net to find out more about how we can help. We actually care about people in career transition and have a variety of high touch, humane, cost effective programs available to suit every budgetary need.