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[ON-DEMAND WEBINAR] How To Hire More Employees & Keep Them Happy: Tips To Attract/Retain Top Talent

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[ON-DEMAND WEBINAR] How To Hire More Employees & Keep Them Happy: Tips To Attract/Retain Top Talent

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Businesses are facing a talent shortage as, these days, it's a job-seeking market. Prospective employees are able to be pickier when it comes to choosing the organization they would like to build a career with. From the outside looking in, how is your organization viewed? Attracting and retaining key talent is fundamental to your organization's success. Understanding best practices and following strategic employer resources could lead your organization to become an employer of choice. If you are determined to hire more employees in the coming months or years, register for this free webinar.

Renee West, SHRM-SCP, lead HR consultant and leader of Rea & Associates' HR consulting practice will share tips that will help you better position your organization in today's competitive marketplace. She will also talk about company culture and how yours can help bring more employees in the door and encourage them to stay. These professional services tips will help you identify ideal employees and keep them for the long term.

Hire More Employees With These Learning Objectives

Those looking to hire more employees and keep them happy once they get there to reduce employee turnover should check out this free, hour-long webinar to achieve the following learning objectives. You will:

- Gain insight on strategic recruitment and practices to help attract key talent and retain talent.
- Dive deep into state resources, including Ohio Means Jobs, and credits for employers to grow and develop current employees.
- Learn how to implement internal recruitment programs, including internship initiatives, apprenticeships, and referral incentives.
- Break down employee retention strategies and the benefits and compensation strategies employers should have in place to keep existing employees happy and on the payroll.
- And so much more ...

#ReaCPA #HRSolutions #HireBetter

Businesses are facing a talent shortage as, these days, it's a job-seeking market. Prospective employees are able to be pickier when it comes to choosing the organization they would like to build a career with. From the outside looking in, how is your organization viewed? Attracting and retaining key talent is fundamental to your organization's success. Understanding best practices and following strategic employer resources could lead your organization to become an employer of choice. If you are determined to hire more employees in the coming months or years, register for this free webinar.

Renee West, SHRM-SCP, lead HR consultant and leader of Rea & Associates' HR consulting practice will share tips that will help you better position your organization in today's competitive marketplace. She will also talk about company culture and how yours can help bring more employees in the door and encourage them to stay. These professional services tips will help you identify ideal employees and keep them for the long term.

Hire More Employees With These Learning Objectives

Those looking to hire more employees and keep them happy once they get there to reduce employee turnover should check out this free, hour-long webinar to achieve the following learning objectives. You will:

- Gain insight on strategic recruitment and practices to help attract key talent and retain talent.
- Dive deep into state resources, including Ohio Means Jobs, and credits for employers to grow and develop current employees.
- Learn how to implement internal recruitment programs, including internship initiatives, apprenticeships, and referral incentives.
- Break down employee retention strategies and the benefits and compensation strategies employers should have in place to keep existing employees happy and on the payroll.
- And so much more ...

#ReaCPA #HRSolutions #HireBetter

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  1. 1. Learning Objectives • Recruitment Landscape • Recruitment & Talent Shortage • Job Opening Statistics • Unemployment Compensation • Internal Recruitment & Growth • Programs & Statewide Resources • Employee Retention • Compensation & Benefits • Employee Surveys • Covid in Workplace Updates • HR Topics – Radar
  2. 2. Recruitment & Talent Shortage • Forecasters predicting “Great Resignation Wave” within next 2-3 months.  Even with 9.8 million people unable to find employment, others are quitting at record rates — pushing the "quits rate" to never-before- seen levels.  Some workers are leaving for new jobs, with better pay & benefits, remote-work options, better working conditions.  Per BLS, nearly 4 million Americans left their jobs in April.  Unprecedented number in the two decades the government has been tracking this data, pushing the quits rate 24% higher than it was before the pandemic. (Layoffs, which peaked at 13 million in March 2020, have come down to more typical monthly levels of under 2 million.)
  3. 3. Recruitment & Talent Shortage • U.S. manufacturing industry is looking to fill nearly half a million job openings, according to a report released in May per Manufacturing Institute (MI). • Number is poised to grow; about 2.1 million manufacturing jobs are likely to be unfilled by 2030. • The study warned that the shortage could damage the U.S. economy by up to $1 trillion.
  4. 4. Recruitment & Talent Shortage • Reasons roles are remaining unfilled include:  Younger workers have different expectations for jobs and careers (38 percent of respondents) or a lack of interest in the industry (36 percent).  Additionally, many of these roles had previously been filled by members of the Baby Boomer generation who have retired (34 percent).  Many opportunities for entrepreneurship. • More individuals are opening their own business or joining group ventures.  • Restaurant & Hospitality industry hard hit with loss of female workers.
  5. 5. Unemployment Compensation • Individuals have been able to receive pandemic unemployment compensation resulting in making more being off work vs. working.  June 26, 2021 – Federal Unemployment of $300 per month has ended.  Extended unemployment benefit timeframes will still allow many individuals to receive continued benefits.  Ohio has added guidelines for “actively seeking work”  Unemployment fraud & claims - ensure employers are reviewing any forms regarding new claims etc.
  6. 6. Employer Resources – Talent • https://ohio.gov/wps/portal/gov/site/jobs/resources/ohiomeansinternships
  7. 7. Employer Resources – Talent • https://ohio.gov/wps/portal/gov/site/jobs/resources/ohiomeansinternships
  8. 8. Employer Resources – Talent • https://workforce.ohio.gov/wps/portal/gov/workforce/initiatives/initiatives/techcred
  9. 9. Employer Resources – Talent • https://workforce.ohio.gov/wps/portal/gov/workforce/initiatives/initiatives/isp/grant/grant
  10. 10. Strategic Recruitment • Discuss with companies current structure of roles  Opportunities for streamlining duties  Job sharing/shadowing  Compressed work weeks • Define job roles and job descriptions  Essential to assist with hiring right “fit” of candidate • Predictive Index & prescreening assessments
  11. 11. Recruitment & Talent Shortage • Referral Programs  Many clients have expanded their internal referral programs to obtain key talent. • Offering higher referral incentives  Structure to provide referral incentive to employee and new employee.  Add “retention incentive” for referral and completion of 6 months, 1 year etc.
  12. 12. Employee Retention • Organizations are also challenged with ensure they retain their existing workforce. • What should employers be focusing on to combat this challenge?  Manufacturing sector can engage younger workers by providing good career pathing and opportunities for growth.  Internal training and development options can assist with retention & recruitment efforts.  Review of existing wage structure. Organizations are increasing starting wages & existing internal wages to remain competitive.
  13. 13. Employee Retention • Performance management and consistent feedback.  Ensure organizations have PM program to develop and set expectations for works to grow. • Competitive benefit structure  Insurance, profit sharing, 401k, PTO, Personal Time,  Additional paid holidays  Unpaid time off
  14. 14. Employee Retention • Employee surveys  What is pulse on organization?  Why do existing employees remain at organization? • Talk with your employees. Tailor benefits and programs focused on those key areas. • Company culture? How are employees being treated? • Competitive benefit structure  Insurance, profit sharing, 401k, PTO, Personal Time,  Additional paid holidays  Unpaid time off
  15. 15. Employee Retention • Employee Exit Interviews  Complete for all employees leaving organization • Why? Are there internal issues organization should be aware of? • Employee Perks  Employee relations – food trucks, etc.  Making workplace fun and involving families
  16. 16. Covid & Current Workplace • Many organizations maintaining existing enhanced cleaning efforts as during pandemic. • Vaccine & Mask Policies  Organizations who are requiring vaccines could be restricting candidate base and or loosing existing staff.  Follow CDC guidelines for vaccinated vs. non-vaccinated • Administration of policies  ADA & EEOC Claims Increase
  17. 17. Covid & Current Workplace • Potential for 2nd strain peak in Fall. What are company plans? • FFCRA voluntary leave – through September 2021 • Fair Labor Standards Action Violations  Increase in audits for payroll, overtime and other pay related policies.
  18. 18. HR Radar Items • BWC Payroll Reporting guidelines for policy period July 1, 2020 – June 30, 2021 • Could result in premium refund to employers. • Due to Covid-19 , help ease the economic impact during state of emergency  For wages reported starting March 15, 2020 • Employers with operation staff teleworking may report payroll class code 8871-Telecommuter during declared state of emergency.
  19. 19. HR Radar Items • Fair Labor Standards Action Violations  Increase in audits for payroll, overtime and other pay related policies. • OSHA  https://www.osha.gov/coronavirus/standards  Workplace Safety • Active Shooter • I-9’s: Department of Immigration audits • Employee Handbooks
  20. 20. Thanks for your attention today!

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