If you’ve been involved in recruiting and hiring for your company, you know that finding good candidates is only half the battle. Today’s employers face significant challenges when it comes to retaining top talent.
Data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics suggests today’s employees average 4.6 years at any given job. Between 2012 and 2013, 7.3 percent of Canadians changed jobs. Based on a labour pool of approximately 18 million Canadians, that means that 1.3 million workers switched jobs during this time period.
Studies show a drop in job satisfaction may explain the rise in turnover. Of course, there are a number of factors contributing to this dissatisfaction – lack of recognition, advancement opportunities and work/life balance to name a few.
While the “discipline” of employee retention has been around for many years, it is evidently worth a refresher as we enter into the fall hiring season. After all, keeping your best employees happy and productive is a competitive advantage for your company.
Please join us at our upcoming free breakfast session on social media for business, taking place April 3rd, conveniently located in downtown Toronto at the Hockey Hall of Fame. Our speaker, Sharad Verma, will present a case study demonstrating how a local business incorporated social media as part of an overall strategy to reach their business goals. He will also be answering your questions on social media and digital marketing.
Date: April 3rd, 2014
Place: Hockey Hall of Fame
Join us and learn how to build trust, inspire action and
grow your business with social media.
Seating is limited. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
or call (416) 593 0900.
Four Corners Group is extremely proud to announce the promotion of Pamela Colquhoun to Partner.
Pam has made a significant financial contribution to Four Corners Group by being the leading specialist in Canada conducting physician searches; she also adds immense value to the overall Healthcare Team.
During her time here, Pam has demonstrated a wonderful passion for everything we are aiming to accomplish at Four Corners Group and we value her desire for continuous improvement, dedication to clients, and winning spirit.
Congratulations, Pam – we wish you continued success and happiness in your new role. Thank you for your hard work and outstanding results.