Have you ever felt frustrated with a team member’s performance? Did you wish they would just seek employment elsewhere so that you could fill their role with someone new? You may not be alone. “Quiet Firing” has been part of a growing conversation among leaders across industries. However, quiet firing may lead to more harm than good for your business. Read below to learn more about this phenomenon and how you can avoid quiet firing your team.
What is “Quiet Quitting”? Simply put, the term is a new name for employee disengagement. Employee disengagement lowers productivity and reduces team morale, which can negatively impact your company’s bottom line. . At first glance, quiet quitting may seem like an impossible problem to solve. You can’t motivate employees who are not interested in doing what it takes to succeed, right? Not necessarily. Click here to read how you can prevent your team from quiet quitting!
Are you experiencing higher-than-average turnover rates? Click to read how a phenomenon known as “The Great Reflection” is influencing employee retention, as well as three simple steps you can take to hold onto your existing talent!
Do you have a difficult time finding workers with the skillset you need to advance your business? A work-based learning program just might be the way to fill skill gaps in your workforce!
Recruiters, has this ever happened to you? You have a great initial conversation with a job applicant and set up an interview. The day arrives and the candidate is nowhere to be found, or worse you make it through the interview process, give a candidate an offer letter and they never show up for their first day of work. Unfortunately, you have just been ghosted. How can you prevent this from happening? Keep reading to learn 3 reasons why job seekers withdraw from the recruitment process and what you can do to prevent them from leaving.
Substance abuse costs the average employer $180,000 annually. With over 850,000 Pennsylvanians currently living in recovery, by considering hiring an individual in recovery you not only give them purpose but also contribute to a healthier bottom line for your company.
November 15th-21st is National Apprenticeship Week! Did you know that Pennsylvania has over 1,500 registered apprenticeship programs? If your company is struggling to find qualified talent, investing in an apprenticeship program may provide a long-lasting solution for your hiring needs.
According to a new survey report from SHRM, over 40 percent of U.S. workers are either actively searching for a new job or plan to soon. The effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on the US labor market are far from over and workers are reevaluating what they want out of their careers.
If you find yourself struggling to attract and retain top talent, read below to learn how you can recruit high-quality job seekers:
Whether your business has boomed and you need to expand to meet demand, or sales have stagnated and you are looking to tap into a new market, PA CareerLink® has the scoop on how to start growing your business!