Recruitment and Retention Tips

1.Strive to become the "Employer of Choice"

2."Offer flexible scheduling and work arrangements

3.Support work/life balance programs

4.Promote health and wellness

5.Clearly articulate company values

6.Individualize approaches to rewards and recognition

7.Strengthen the performance focus

8.Market your reputation, image and brand

9.Employees want to work on a winning team

10.Use creative recruiting techniques

11.Find the right people first through upfront screening

12.Use creative sourcing strategies, such as high school and college mentoring programs

13.Provide growth and development opportunities

14.Help employees to become change-resilient

15.Structure jobs to be challenging

16.Intensify leadership training

17.Provide a "boot camp" for new hires

18.Increase performance feedback

19.Tie career growth to competency development

20.Provide flexible reward and recognition programs

21.Decentralize pay and reward systems

22.Design programs that individualize tailoring of rewards

23.Push stock programs lower in the organization

24.Train managers to effectively administer reward programs

25.Ensure that retirement and flexible benefits support people management programs

26.Ensure retirement plans are career and age neutral, and portable

27.Increase benefit plan flexibility and choice

28.Support work/life balance programs

29.See employees as "whole" people, with lives outside of work

30.Provide more workplace and scheduling flexibility

31.Enhance work/family programs (child care referral, concierge services, etc.)

32.Strengthen management skills

33.Train managers to continually promote business plan engagement

By Watson Wyatt .


From India, Bangalore
The list is exhaustive and I also appreciate. But every thing that was indicated in the list......sound bookish......not a criticism.....but just thought of saying that this is a consolidated list of HR TERMINOLOGY given for a bunch of HR Practices.
We can speak it in a more specific and practical means..........
I Welcome the comments.
Shankar Anappindi

From India, Visakhapatnam
few of these tips can be used in the organsations.
for this first thing whihc need to be done is to authorise HR to take decisions on their own. and to provide HR with all kind of resources. which is not happening in many organisations.

From India, Chandigarh

Good to hear from you..!
M not a HR person like U…n don’t have voice to Comment on this…:cry:
Found the article in Watson Wyatt & thought of sharing. :)
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From India, Bangalore

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