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9 Valuable Human Resource Trends for 2022

2020 and 2021 brought sev­er­al unprece­dent­ed changes and chal­lenges to HR depart­ments across the coun­try, and experts pre­dict 2022 will be anoth­er year of con­tin­u­al adap­ta­tion and inno­va­tion. From hybrid envi­ron­ments to eth­i­cal tech­nol­o­gy, here are the top nine human resource trends for 2022.

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7 Interesting Employee Retention Statistics

Many com­pa­nies focus on attract­ing top tal­ent. How­ev­er, too few have strate­gies for retain­ing those employ­ees once they join the team. It’s true — employ­ee reten­tion is no easy feat, and it requires a deep under­stand­ing of what peo­ple need to feel hap­py and engaged at work. How can com­pa­nies keep their employ­ees tru­ly engaged? It starts by under­stand­ing what employ­ees want and what’s going on in the work­force at large.

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9 Reasons Why Top-Performing Employees Leave

Top-per­form­ing employ­ees are hard to come by, so it can be dev­as­tat­ing for an orga­ni­za­tion when they leave. In fact, only 7% of com­pa­nies feel they have the abil­i­ty to retain top per­form­ers. Why is that? As with all employ­ee reten­tion issues, there isn’t a sim­ple answer. In fact, there are many rea­sons why great employ­ees leave, and those rea­sons can be as diverse as the employ­ees them­selves. There­fore, it’s impor­tant to under­stand why top tal­ent leave organizations.

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5 Ways to Show Compassion in the Workplace

There are many sci­en­tif­ic stud­ies on the ben­e­fits of com­pas­sion. Indi­vid­u­al­ly and com­pa­ny-wide, express­ing and receiv­ing com­pas­sion can have a range of pos­i­tive ben­e­fits. On an indi­vid­ual lev­el, express­ing and receiv­ing com­pas­sion can improve phys­i­cal and emo­tion­al health, improve resilience and decrease feel­ings of loneliness.

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Going the Extra Mile: How To Inspire Discretionary Effort in Employees

To have tru­ly engaged employ­ees, com­pa­nies have to under­stand what their employ­ees want out of their jobs, and they have to pri­or­i­tize employ­ee well-being above all else. Thank­ful­ly, there are some proven tech­niques to fos­ter engage­ment, boost well-being and ulti­mate­ly inspire your employ­ees to go the extra mile.

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The 7 Biggest Reasons for Employee Turnover

Based on a 2021 report from the Bureau of Labor Sta­tis­tics, cur­rent employ­ee turnover rates are 57.3%, with vol­un­tary turnover at 25%. A quar­ter of all employ­ees leave their jobs because they aren’t hap­py and believe they will have more suc­cess else­where. Turnover rates this high can sig­nif­i­cant­ly impact a company’s bot­tom line and, more impor­tant­ly, cre­ate stress for the employ­ees that choose to stick around.

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The Most Effective Employee Performance Management Strategies

Per­for­mance man­age­ment should go well beyond the occa­sion­al meet­ing where super­vi­sors offer con­struc­tive crit­i­cism and eval­u­ate com­pen­sa­tion. If employ­ers want to cre­ate a per­for­mance man­age­ment strat­e­gy that works, they must learn who their peo­ple are and under­stand what keeps them motivated.

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