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17 Mind-blowing Statistics on Performance Reviews and Employee Engagement

Constructive feedback is vital to an employee’s ongoing development. A Players and underperformers alike need timely, specific, and helpful feedback ...
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The Current State of Onboarding

Employee onboarding is one of the most crucial parts of the employee lifecycle. The employee has already made some type of impression that eventually led to a job offer, but now comes the time where the company must retain their new employee by showcasing their company, the culture and the different facets of the business. The employee onboarding experience can be delivered in many different ways by several different techniques. While every company onboards employees differently, it’s important to not only capture the attention of your new hire but use this experience as one that will retain them for years to come. First impressions matter, in fact, 28% of employees said that they left their job within the first 90 days of starting due to an unsatisfactory onboarding process.
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Talent Success Toolkit Lesson 8: Engagement

The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported a monthly quit rate of about 2%, making the insights and data analysis of exiting employees extremely valuable. When an employee departs your company, you probably have at least a vague idea of the reason, whether it was mandated by leaders, voluntary or due to retirement; but without exit interviews, you’re left with nothing to put back into your talent management strategy, and a huge bill. The average cost of an exiting employee ranges from tens of thousands of dollars, to 1.5-2.0x the employee’s annual salary.
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How Focusing on Employee Experience is the Key to Engagement

Employee experience is one of those terms that’s just now gaining some traction in talent acquisition discussions, and some people in the industry believe it to be a trending buzzword sure to lose ground sooner rather than later. While the hesitancy in jumping on a potential bandwagon is understandable, this is one of those phrases that should already hold a place in your organization’s vocabulary. If you need a little convincing, or still haven’t heard the specifics, read on...
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5 Reasons to Consider Implementing Flextime

Thanks to technology, it’s now easier than ever to connect with your friends, family and coworkers with nothing more than a mobile device and an internet connection. With less need for the amenities of a traditional office, comes less need for the traditional 9-5 work schedule. One survey of marketing and advertising executives found that 76% of companies offered some form of flexible work arrangement. There are more than a few reasons a company might incorporate work-flex and remote options within their employment structure. The benefits, in most cases, outweigh the challenges. Of course, “flexible” takes on different meanings based on the needs and structure of the business.
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ClearCompany is Award-Winning, In Every Way

We are excited to announce that ClearCompany was recently named one of the Best Places to Work by Boston Business Journal, and we’re so honored. Just recently we won the Best HR Management Suite Software from G2 Crowd, which was amazing, and are now overwhelmingly amazed to be named and one of Boston’s Best Places to Work. We’ve worked hard to be the best. Our software has proven itself and now our team can have a well-deserved celebration, because it is their work that has helped us achieve this honor. It has become clear that as our platform has evolved and grown into an industry powerhouse, our workplace and team have also grown into a cultural force to be reckoned with.
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7 Tips to Straighten Out the Kinks in Your Employee Onboarding Process

It costs a lot of money to replace an employee. In fact, depending on job level and industry it can cost over 30% of an employee’s annual salary to replace them. That number climbs exponentially for highly educated executive level positions and that’s just the monetary costs! Losing a new hire reflects poorly on a company’s Quality of Hire metrics and sends a ripple effect through the recruitment, hiring and management practices of the company. Let’s not forget the impact it has on employee engagement and morale.
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