Recruiting the right talent for your organisation is one challenge. Retaining employees is another – especially as talent mobility increases.
35% employees would like the chance to work abroad, giving global organisations a distinct advantage in the race for retention.
So how can HR teams optimise retention? To achieve this, the top reasons why employees leave must be understood. A 2014 survey of 8,000 employees by BambooHR shows that these are:
2. Work/life balance
3. Salary and benefits packageIn reality, what ‘tips the balance’ and starts employee dissatisfaction? BambooHR cites these as:
2. Work expectations outside of working hours
3. Difficult colleagues
4. Being blamed for my boss’ mistakes
5. Lack of flexibility
“Supporting employees as they start assignments abroad is a crucial factor to the success of the assignment for the employee and the organisation” says Kevin Wieczorek, Sales & Marketing Director of BTR International. “Helping individuals and their families with their move abroad – from orientation to learning a new language – means that employees settle in their new role and new home more quickly”
Find out more. Contact Kevin via email@example.com or call +44 (0) 1582 495495.