How To Reduce Turnover with Employee Engagement and Advocacy
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According to Deloitte, nearly 78% of business leaders rank employee retention as an urgent issue that needs to be resolved within their organization. In addition to that, 1/3 of new hires typically quit their job after about six months, while referred employees have a 45% retention rate after two years. These are the types of stats that signal business leaders and HR leaders to implement strategic employee engagement and advocacy solutions. These solutions can ensure that new hires are well-informed and given the tools to succeed while arming them with with relevant brand content to share on social and drive in high quality referrals through their personal networks.
Ensuring that new hires, in addition to well-trained and valuable employees, stay engaged and on-board has never been more important to organizations.
- The importance of high employee engagement.
- Why a strong employer brand is key to ensuring that retention is never a constant issue and how to create one.
- How employee engagement and employee advocacy work together to create more cohesive internal and external brand strategies.
- How employee engagement and advocacy programs can affect key business outcomes in addition to solving retention issues.
Director of Content
Jacob is the Director of Content at Officevibe. He's on a mission to help managers become great leaders. He's written 5 books on employee engagement, 350+ articles on leadership development, and has interviewed 50 of the world's top leadership experts. @JacobShriar
Director of Talent
Jim Conti leads Sprout Social's ambitious talent team. Affectionately known as the "Cruise Director" while in the office, Jim can be found exploring the streets of Chicago and planning his next international adventure when not growing and caring for Team Sprout. @SproutJim