Employee Retention

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Looking to improve employee retention and not sure what to do? 

Tired of hiring employees only to find out a few weeks or months later you need to start the hiring process again?

Want to be proactive and retain workers in your company? 

Times have changed and employees don’t stay at companies long term unless employers give them a reason to. Employees want to be heard, appreciated and to be happy in their work environment. Unfortunately, most businesses don’t know their employees are unhappy until they put in their resignation.

At A Caring Voice for You, we will work with you to strategically design questions to ask your employees and gain a better understanding of their satisfaction. Our goal is to help your business gain a clearer understanding of what employees want, how they are feeling and what it will take for them to stay with your company.

Our wellness check in service can be designed to meet your small business needs to improve worker retention. As your organization grows, retaining quality talented people is imperative to the success of your business. 

We will survey your employees and gather data that can inform you on how to move forward to retain employees. We will complete follow-up studies and future initiatives as requested to increase the retention of employees for your business. 

Quarterly, monthly and weekly in check-ins are available. 

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In the U.S. specifically, 50% of workers reported feeling stressed at their jobs on a daily basis, 41% as being worried, 22% as sad, and 18% angry. Job unhappiness is at a staggering all-time high.

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About 40 % of American workers say that their job is very or extremely stressful. Heavy workloads, team conflicts, poor management and low wages all contribute to job dissatisfaction. If left unaddressed, these factors may result in diminished productivity and high turnover.

More than 60 % of those currently employed are seeking new jobs or will start searching within the next six months. Sixty-one Percent of Workers are Seeking or Planning to Seek New Jobs

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