retention of staff


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retention of staff

Keeping employees on a stable roster without losses due to attrition, firing, or layoffs.
See also: staff
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I hope GIP make clear their intentions about retention of staff as soon as possible and reject any job losses or redundancies.
But the spending watchdog stopped short of ruling that the reform provided value for money, as there had been no assessment of the long-term impact of the changes on recruitment, motivation and retention of staff.
He said the company prioritised the retention of staff over profit margins during this time.
This means we have a number of approaches to recruitment - particularly young people - training and retention of staff.
There's a growing recognition that there are common challenges facing many countries in nursing skill mix, the recruitment and retention of staff, and what motivates people to choose a career in health.
The review body concluded 'Matters of morale, motivation and training are fundamental to our deliberations by virtue of their relevance to other areas, particularly the recruitment and retention of staff and service delivery'.
The school currently has significant difficulties with the recruitment and retention of staff and there are some long term absences," inspectors added.
Initial findings from research by HR management company Abeceder on behalf of Cares - the employee volunteering initiative of Business in the Community - show that companies recognise the need to measure the success of their volunteering in key areas of performance like skills and knowledge, recruitment, motivation and retention of staff.
Recruitment and retention of staff is a problem in social care and if we are to solve it we need to do more to encourage and inspire employees to stay in the job they're doing, to attain qualifications, and to seek career opportunities within the sector.
After surveying its legal assistance grantees, the Foundation re-established its Loan Repayment Assistance Program in 2002-03 to improve recruitment and retention of staff legal aid attorneys.
One of the biggest challenges facing the department is the recruitment and retention of staff.
Issues such as the training and retention of staff at the region's 294 call centres, along with maximising profitability and performance, will be focused on in the report which will be published in June next year.