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Here’s Why Talent Retention is a Major Priority for HR

A new survey finds that retention is top of mind among many HR practitioners.

Talent Retention in a Digital World – “Turnover is Killing Us”

Talent Retention in a Digital World - "Turnover is Killing Us"   It’s expensive to attract, train, and replace employees: the Bureau of National Affairs estimates...

Many workers are still burned out and quitting. How talent intelligence can help retention

In new research, analyst Josh Bersin explores what's happening in nursing. His takeaway applies to all industries: Benefits and reskilling are powerful tools.

3 ways to strengthen your EX and win the war for talent

Oracle Cloud's Yvette Cameron shares insights on the steps HR must take this year to improve employee experience.

The economy is transforming recruiting and retention in 2023; here’s how

A slowing economy is prompting some orgs to look internally and focus on new "re-recruiting" efforts.

Why talent mobility must be at the heart of your 2023 people strategies

New research suggests employers must be just as focused on retention as they are on recruiting.

Transform your Employee Experience into a Talent Advantage

Wednesday, December 14, 2022 at 11:00 am ET

To thrive during ongoing disruption, organizations are realizing that retention of top talent is critical to achieving business outcomes. But how can organizations see which skills they have and which skills they’ll need? Join this webinar with Mercer and Eightfold AI to learn how you can turn your employee experience into your talent advantage.

Employee retention replaces TA as top HR priority for next year

As hiring and resignations slow slightly, HR leaders are turning to employee engagement to retain valuable talent.

This tool aims to unite performance management and talent development

Also, UKG buys a staffing startup, and two companies raise millions for their solutions for frontline workers and SMBs.

‘Labor hoarding’: A key to the talent troubles of a recession?

Instead of layoffs, some employers may be planning to weather uncertain economic conditions by hanging onto their talent.