Retain Your Retail Talent

Workforce churn is one of retail’s greatest personnel challenges. According to the Center for American Progress (CAP), it costs more than $3,000 to find, hire, and train a replacement for
a part-time hourly retail worker. That means keeping the good people you’ve already trained is more important than ever. How do retail organizations solve this pain point? This paper walks through the value of social recognition in bringing more humanity to retail environments.

 

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Who's looking for a job, and why?
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According to the new Workhuman survey report, approximately one in five (21%) of workers said they’re curre...

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Case Study: Cisco
Case Study: Cisco

“Recognition is an investment in people. It’s going to retain talent," says Gabrielle Thompson, senior vice...

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