As December fast approaches, SMEs enter a crucial period for employee retention. According to research, in 2018 over a third of Brits were thinking of leaving or likely to resign from their jobs post January payday.
The average employee costs an SME £12,000 to replace, so what can your business do to ensure you retain key staff who are critical to business success in 2020 and beyond?
Join business psychologist and WeThrive co founder, Piers Bishop, and Me Learning CEO and SME business owner, Nick Richards, as they discuss what SMEs need to increase retention rates. By attending this webinar you will:
- Learn how to implement an employee engagement survey to identify specific employees who are most at risk
- Gain insight into the real reasons employees are most likely to leave and what you can do to improve things
- Understand why it’s essential to equip managers with the tools they need to be better managers in order to retain staff
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