Editor's message: Staff retention relates to an employer’s strategy to manage healthy levels of labour turnover and retain employees. If labour turnover is too high or the most valuable employees are leaving, this can damage organisational performance.
Managing staff retention effectively is central to the health and success of any organisation. Even in sectors that do not experience a high level of staff churn or suffer from acute skills shortages, proactively managing the retention of key employees can make a significant difference to business performance.
Noelle Murphy, senior HR practice editor
There are hordes of clichés around millennial workers, but which attributes should your organisation keep front of mind when hiring and retaining the best talent? Marcus Underhill of Staffcare looks at how employers can ensure their employee experience is relevant to this important generation.
Changes to salary-sacrifice schemes announced in November's Autumn Statement are likely to prove unpopular with employees. James Monks from RAM Group looks at ways employers can mitigate the impact of the changes and still retain staff.
We discuss common assumptions about millennial employees and provide guidance on managing an intergenerational workforce.
XpertHR research looks at the recruitment, engagement and retention of young workers.
Updated to include information on trends in retaining staff.
The latest XpertHR research reveals employers' attrition rates, covering voluntary resignation and total labour turnover rates according to organisation size, broad sector and industry.
Practical guidance on collecting labour turnover data to facilitate effective management of recruitment and retention.
The latest XpertHR research reveals employers' staff turnover levels for 2014, and provides benchmarking data on occupational voluntary resignation and total turnover rates by sector and industry.
The latest XpertHR research on staff turnover reveals employers' attrition levels for 2013, including voluntary resignation and total turnover rates according to organisation size, broad sector and industry.
Practical guidance on how to design and analyse separation questionnaires.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to employee retention.