The prospects for employees looking for new career destinations may have changed in early 2023, but many options still exist for those who are unhappy or unfulfilled in their current roles. BPM’s Jill Pappenheimer and Stacy Litteral examine the keys to worker retention in this environment, including:
- Communicating authentically across the organization.
- Analyzing employee satisfaction metrics to identify valuable data trends.
- Increasing organizational commitment to social issues of importance to today’s workers – including diversity, equity and inclusion.
In their assessment, “Fostering that kind of employee experience is good for staff, of course, but it’s also good for employers. They benefit from higher productivity, lower turnover, a better reputation (and, consequently, high-quality candidates), improved communication and greater collaboration.” Read the full article, “Focus on employee experience to bolster retention,” on The HR Specialist’s website. Please note that a subscription may be required to access the content.
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About Jill Pappenheimer
Jill Pappenheimer brings 30+ years of experience supporting the people function for organizations, ranging from large financial institutions to small entrepreneurial teams. In 2006,
she began consulting with companies, and in 2012 she co-founded Options4Growth, a boutique-consulting firm bringing both outsourced Human Resources and Strategy Advising, combined with cloud-based technology, to a broad range of clientele. In 2018 Options4Growth rolled into BPM, and today the same model still holds true. Honoring and valuing people is the cornerstone that drives our team and support for our clients, combined with a progressive approach to building structure and growing teams.
About Stacy Litteral
Stacy has more than 20 years of Human Resources and people strategy experience and is a Managing Director on BPM’s Advisory team. She brings depth and breadth of experience to the team, having worked within large corporations, as well as a small nonprofit organization – developing and driving business strategy and leading diverse teams to successful outcomes.