Retention

Retention
5 Reasons Why Startups Lose Their VP of Sales (And What To Do About It)
Hiring an incredible VP of sales is hard enough. When they end up walking out the door within 18 months...
by Amy Volas
HR & People
Exit Interviews: How to Leverage Employee Turnover
Employee turnover is a guarantee in any organization. It’s not always a bad thing -- just as employees will seek...
by Christine Zimmermann
Culture
How to Know It’s Time to Part Ways with an Employee
This article was written by Kristen McCormick, Marketing Manager at Janeiro Digital, with input from Jonathan Bingham, President & CEO...
by Kristen McCormick
HR & People
The Real Reason for Employee Onboarding: 7 Ways To Re-Recruit Your New Hires
Over the past three years I was part of a team that personally onboarded over 1,000 new hires. Unsurprisingly, Scaling...
by Katie Lindahl Smith
HR & People
4 Predictions for the Future of HR and Talent Acquisition
Human resources and talent acquisition are constantly evolving. With new trends and new tools continuously being introduced, it's nearly impossible...
by Rose O'Connell
HR & People
Employee Recognition as a Competitive Advantage

With the competition for tech hiring and retention heating up, taking your employee recognition and motivation to the next level can help give you the winning edge you need.

by Tien-Anh Nguyen
HR & People
10 Hiring & Retention Metrics for Fast-Growing Startups

Does your HR tracking start and end with headcount? Here are 10 simple stats that can provide a much clearer picture of your company’s health and growth.

by Tien-Anh Nguyen
HR & People
5 Things Employees Value More than Money

Money may be a great motivator, but the truth is these five things can play just as big a role in attracting top talent.

by Carlie Smith
HR & People
5 Sure-Fire Signs of High-Potential Employees

Hiring managers at startups are often faced with a difficult question: How can you find the best candidates possible when the role you’re hiring for may be completely different in 6 months or a year? The answer: By identifying “high-potential candidates” who can grow with you.

by Carlie Smith