In a tight labour market as the one we are in, we need to find different ways of attracting new talent to our organisation. The competition is fierce, and we are all struggling to receive enough good applications to be able to short list from.
Last year I wrote about how exit interviews are a retention tool. It is a way of gathering information on why employees are leaving (once the employee has resigned), and thus, help you improve on your leadership, culture, and so on.
‘Friends are the family you choose’ but what about our colleagues? We usually have very little influence over who we work with. Many times, we easily tolerate who we work with even if we may not necessarily get on well with them.