Since most health care organizations view employee retention as a priority, they need to ensure their recruitment strategies and onboarding programs effectively build relationships, engagement and commitment early on in an employee's new job.
What does ER stand for?
ER stands for Employee Retention
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We have 64 other meanings of ER in our Acronym Attic
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- Elizabetha Regina (Queen Elizabeth)
- Emergency Response
- Emergency Room
- Emission Reduction (environment)
- Emotional Rescue (Rolling Stones album)
- Employee Relations
- Employee Request
Samples in periodicals archive:
An employee retention program developed by software company SAS, for example, crunches data on employees who have quit in the past five years--their skills, profiles, studies, and friendships.
From the "Six Stigma" approach; to employee retention issues, to diverse analysis frameworks, to "The Future of Linkage Research", this compendium of superbly organized and presented information is as meticulously competent and "user friendly".
Frontline employees are hired, trained, and gone, as often as not, within a few weeks," says Alice Errett, a Kansas-based Employee Retention Consultant.
Moreover, high-tech companies have begun to shift to shorter option terms and vesting periods, as well as more frequent grants, in an effort to enhance employee retention and to mitigate the issues associated with volatile stock prices.
For that reason, training plays a crucial role in our strategic plan, and employee retention is one of the key metrics by which we measure our success or failure.
Organizational goals may include improving employee retention rates, enhancing the match between employees and jobs, increasing employee job satisfaction and loyalty, facilitating the professional growth of proteges, and teaching organizational culture, values, and standards.
Improving employee retention (or reducing turnover) is one of the greatest challenges facing the foundry industry today in this era of record-low unemployment and boom production.