According to The ASA Workforce MonitorTM , six out of 10 employed adults will not be looking for a new job opportunity this year. So what do you do to keep your employees and find new employees?
The survey showed that work-life balance and schedule flexibility were more important than pay for many employees. As far as recruiting new employees, pay and benefits are the most important considerations when a person is deciding to change jobs.
“The ASA Workforce Monitor results underscore the fact that employers need to rethink their recruitment and retention strategies,” said Richard Wahlquist, ASA President and Chief Executive Oofficer. “Quality of life matters in retaining current employees. Compensation matters most in recruiting employees to change jobs.”
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