Hiring, firing, and retention
With shifting employee expectations, it may be less risky and expensive to keep current faculty and staff who embrace your culture vs hiring replacements. But retention is a two-edged sword: investment in keeping employees is often fiscally advantageous when amortized over time, yet problems generated by one toxic staff member, left unaddressed, can cost you culturally with your entire team and ultimately force costs to skyrocket.
How can we help?
Ask yourself these three questions.
- Do you know the true cost of your hiring and firing decisions?
- How are you recruiting top committed talent who buy in to your mission and vision for the long run?
- What are your current onboarding practices, and do they align with best practices that produce immediate success?