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What Can You Learn from Drivers Who Don’t Take the Job?

What Can You Learn from Drivers Who Don’t Take the Job?

Nothing is more frustrating than spending time, money, and resources on recruiting a driver, taking them through the application process, running the proper background checks, and then offering them the job, only to have them turn you down for another carrier. Did someone make them a better offer? Could the recruiter have done anything different […]

How to Keep New Employees from Leaving in their First 90 Days

How to Keep New Employees from Leaving in their First 90 Days

Do I stay or do I go? That’s the question employees are asking themselves within their first 90 days. Sure, there’s a point in every job, when you wonder if this is really the path worth continuing, or is it time to move on. However, as a new hire, it’s natural to think even more […]

Perceptions of Healthcare Leadership

Perceptions of Healthcare Leadership

What are exiting healthcare professionals saying about their former employers? At People Element, we investigate this by looking at how exiting employees rated leadership in their organization. Because leadership can be defined in many different ways, we separate the findings into three buckets: Immediate supervisor/manager, directors/mid-management, and senior leadership. People Element conducts exit surveys that […]

Do Those With an “Axe to Grind” Skew Exit Data

Do Those With an “Axe to Grind” Skew Exit Data

Employee Exit Interview Myth As the leading provider for retention strategies and exit interview surveys, we occasionally hear prospects object to exit interview surveys feeling that those with an axe to grind will skew their results and they will not get good data. Since that doesn’t hold true in practice, let’s dive a little deeper […]

Leading Exit Factors in Healthcare

Leading Exit Factors in Healthcare

Healthcare Turnover Are you facing high turnover and trying to determine the root causes of why people are leaving? If so, you’re certainly not alone. 2016 healthcare turnover ended at 16.2% according to NSI Nursing Solutions’ 2017 National Health Care Retention & RN Staffing Report. Healthcare organizations like yours are turning to People Element to […]

Communication Best Practices for Exit Interviews

Communication Best Practices for Exit Interviews

Imagine a supervisor is contacted by one of the best employees they’ve ever had who recently left the organization. The former employee informs them they were contacted by someone for an exit interview, and they want to verify the legitimacy of the survey before participating. The supervisor responds “I’ve never heard of them”, and as […]

Best Time to Reach Out to Exiting Employees

Best Time to Reach Out to Exiting Employees

Employee turnover. It’s one of those things nobody wants to talk about but says so much about the overall health of your organization. Tracking how many employees leave and are replaced within a given period of time is important for a number of reasons. It’s true that not all turnover is bad, though it might […]

Making the Most of Your Exit Interview Data

Making the Most of Your Exit Interview Data

Exit interviews are used by approximately 75% of companies, but as is often with HR programs, they have the tendency to become a “check the box” type initiative. Sure, HR uses them to find out why people leave, to make employees feel that opinions are valued, and to identify any potential red flags. However, instead […]

High Job Openings and High Quit Rates Further Tighten Labor Market for Employers

High Job Openings and High Quit Rates Further Tighten Labor Market for Employers

The most recent report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics was released last week, and its findings make it clear that if employers aren’t already thinking about how to fill positions and keep talent, they will need to very soon. Unfilled positions are increasing at record levels The rate of job openings has reached […]