Of course, you need to hire the right employees, with the right qualifications, but you also have to hire for the long-term.
Why just hire a warm body, when you can hire for loyalty?
Research shows that nearly one-third of employees is thinking of changing jobs in the next year. When you factor in Millennials and Generation-Y—employees born after the late 1980s—the numbers get significantly higher.
As the global economy (slowly) improves, optimism about the future gives more workers a reason to consider jumping ship.
How do companies fight this feeling of unease in the workforce? The best way to combat rising turnover rates is by focusing recruitment efforts to hire candidates with the most valuable asset—loyalty.
A process should be developed (from the ground up, if necessary) to hire for long-term loyalty as a primary goal.
Five key recruiting tips to hire for loyalty, not just a warm body: