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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"It should be noted inspectors are aware that the recruitment and retention of staff is not solely an issue for prison healthcare but a challenge for NHS Grampian in general.
The firm's vetting systems have been central to a 100% retention of staff and a key to their extensive history of startup success.
A key marker of Aldar's success in this regard is its retention of staff, with 34 per cent of Emiratis having completed at least five years with the company.
According to him and in the private sector, they realize that the retention of staff is done by increasing the incomes.
Such persons contracts are governed by their instruments of appointment, he said.Justice Abuodha added that the Cabinet Secretary Finance has control over performance and strategic direction of KRA including recruitment and retention of staff in certain key positions in order to realize its functions set out under section 5 of the Act.
Recruitment and retention of staff is always an issue for businesses, and is increasingly the case in a labour market with relatively low unemployment and where Brexit may cause further restrictions in the availability of staff.
Senior witnesses told the HASCAS Investigation panel that the recruitment and retention of staff had become a problem in the years leading up to the closure of Tawel Fan ward.
Ms McAlpine said:"Recruitment and retention of staff is one of the most pressing issues facing us in Dumfries and Galloway.
By paying the real living wage since 2006 KPMG has seen improved staff morale, a rise in service standards, improved retention of staff and increased productivity.
Tracey Lee also describes the positive impact that the Auckland District Health Board 'New to Operating Room' programme has had on the recruitment and retention of staff.
A four-year review was held into the work carried out at Huddersfield, and a report by the review team highlights the university's progress, including the 'major achievement' of moving the majority of research staff on to open-ended contracts, ensuring greater security of employment to enhance recruitment and retention of staff.
EBKSA has invested heavily in various training processes, both in-kingdom and globally, to ensure the continuous development and retention of staff in Saudi