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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The difficulties facing the ambulance service in our area are not about money but about recruitment and retention of staff, and there are plans in place to address staff shortages," said Sir Alan.
They will also need to understand whether the pension is going to simply meet the legislative requirements or if it will be enhanced as a benefit to aid recruitment and retention of staff.
Faster career growth depends on so many factors of the business as well, for example bigger organisations may have few opportunities to grow due to high retention of staff and some smaller companies might have wider scope for growth as a developing business
What we are seeing (is) this more projected feeling among employers and the younger workforce that it is going to become a bigger matter as time progresses, as far as attraction of staff and also the retention of staff," he said.
It also makes sense for employers who'll see a rise in productivity and greater retention of staff.
Recruitment and retention of staff pharmacists remains an issue in many areas of the country.
The participants also exchanged views on issues such as the impact of demographic trends and the recruitment and retention of staff in a time of strict budgetary limitations.
This would help with better patient care, less stressed staff, improved retention of staff and less sick leave.
Progressively during this time, I have seen an increasing emphasis on budget constraints and a lesser emphasis on quality patient care and recruitment and retention of staff.
She said: "When we talk to businesses one of the things they say is how important image is for recruitment and retention of staff.
I certainly think [domestic-partner benefits are an] important thing to have, and I believe that the university's recruitment and retention of staff and faculty depends on benefits of that sort.
She said: "The HSE has a problem with recruitment and retention of staff.