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Improving Employee Retention

September 10, 2018 8:17 AM by Tennant Company



Retaining Cleaning Industry Employees


What makes employees unhappy enough to leave a job? And what can be done to improve the culture of a business to get them to stay? Recruiting, hiring, and training new employees affects a company’s bottom line, so these questions are important for any HR professional or business owner to address, particularly in the cleaning industry, which has a higher than average turnover rate.

An article titled Stopping Employees from Jumping Ship from Cleaning Maintenance Management (cmmonline.com) discusses the following topics related to employee retention:

  • Signs an employee may be thinking about leaving his or her job – Is the employee often late to work? Is the employee missing scheduled shifts? Is he or she excited about work and eager to train?
  • Changes in culture that can lead to greater employee retention – Better recognition, providing a variety of job tasks, listening to employee feedback, and investing in training opportunities are among the many things employers can do to improve the culture of a business to retain employees.
  • Finding the right employee for the job – Make sure your expectations for the position are clear and that the employee is interested in a position with those expectations.
  • Reasons people leave their job – There can be any number of reasons an employee leaves his or her job. Some include new opportunities, poor management, or feeling like he or she is not being cared for as an employee.

Interested in learning more?


Check out the complete article on cmmonline.com.


Source:
Brererton, E. (2015, June 2) Stopping Employees From Jumping Ship. Retrieved from https://www.cmmonline.com/articles/stopping-employees-from-jumping-ship

 


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