employee retention

Why companies need to support working parents

By Sofia Krasny, Sr. Account Executive / August 24, 2022
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Powerful. That is the one word I would use to sum up the Georgia March of Dimes (MOD) Partnership in Parenting event I attended last week.   The event focus was “How Atlanta’s Top Companies are Supporting Working Parents” and was held at the beautiful King & Spalding building. Partnership in Parenting brings together individuals…

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Don’t leave your employees out of the profitability equation

By Sara Yousif / August 17, 2022
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After reading the article “The New Customer: Our Greatest Assets” from Staffing Industry Analysts, it made me think about my own experience in corporate America and the staffing industry specifically. And how making an employee feel like a person and not just a number has impacted my perception.   The article puts emphasis on being…

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What job seekers truly care about

By Synergis / August 3, 2022
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Some have said that the “Great Rehire” is akin to throwing a pack of cards in the air. Eventually, you can put the deck back together, but not everyone will end up in the same spot.   In this job market, we’re in the “putting-the-deck-back-together” stage. I attended a webinar recently that I’m hoping has…

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Why employers should focus on employee mental health

By Team Synergis / July 20, 2022
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National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month is observed each July. It is designed to bring awareness to the unique struggles of racial and ethnic minority communities regarding mental illness in the United States.   According to the HHS Office of Minority Health (OMH), racial and ethnic minorities often suffer from poor mental health outcomes due…

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“The Great Mismatch” continues

By Team Synergis / May 23, 2022
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In mid-2021, experts talked about how “The Great Mismatch” is part of what’s driving “The Great Resignation.” This trend revealed a disconnect between employer and employee preferences, turned the job market upside down and it’s still happening. Here are some of the areas of “mismatch” per The Hartford’s 2022 Future of Benefits report.

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The challenge (and potential solution) to attract top talent

By Hunter Smith, Account Executive / April 20, 2022
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Good businesses depend on good people. Leaders across all business sectors know the importance of hiring top talent; but as the world continues to change, so do the requirements for companies to attract this talent. These changes are especially notable in the technology field.

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Employee retention: support the whole person, not just the worker

By Meredith Mulkey, Human Resources Administrator / March 23, 2022
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It’s safe to say that all organizations want to be successful. And for that to happen, they must be successful in attracting and retaining the best talent. But retaining employees can be hard, especially when it comes to the challenges of mental health & awareness.

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Burnout is real. Let’s fix that.

By Allison Gaede, Associate Recruiter / March 16, 2022
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Worker burnout is real. Stress can lead to burnout when you put out a disproportionate amount of effort without taking in what is necessary to regain balance from that stress. And, unfortunately, burnout continues to rise in the American workforce. According to a study done by Indeed.com, 52% of survey respondents experienced burnout in 2021—up…

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Why you need moms in your workforce

By Karissa Buckner, Recruiting Manager / March 9, 2022
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Moms are amazing. I personally have accomplished way more as a Mom than I ever knew I could. Years ago, when I asked a friend of mine how balancing motherhood with working full time was going, she said something like, “it’s incredible how much you expand.” I didn’t quite know what she meant – until…

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23 employee benefits that go beyond the traditional

By Jenna Carpenter, Account Manager / February 23, 2022
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When battling for talent in this increasingly tight labor market, you might need something to give you a leg up on your competition. And many times, you can’t just keep increasing the salary for the candidates you want.

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