ACI Specialty Benefits Founder and CEO Dr. Ann Clark was recently featured in this article that originally appeared in Eightfold.
The average American will work 12 jobs in their life.
Workers who are paid less than $60,000 a year are more likely to change jobs than their higher-paid colleagues. Indeed, a New York Fed report shows that lower-income workers are job-hopping at rates not seen since 2014. There are many ways employers can make their organization more attractive to current employees. Here are four areas to focus on.
Promote a Volunteering Culture
Employees who are able to give back to their communities tend to be more engaged. The more engaged an employee is, the more satisfied they are with work. So, a simple win for an organization is to develop a volunteer program. Ann D. Clark, founder and CEO of ACI Specialty Benefits, says doing so will boost the sense of pride employees have in their organization and their connection with colleagues. It will promote a sense of teamwork and boost all-around employee well-being.
This is an excerpt, full article found here: https://eightfold.ai/blog/retain-talent-job-hopping/