Hiring, training, and turning over employees are all expensive endeavors for your company. Experience can prove to be an invaluable resource that you may not want to dismiss too often. As such, it may prove instrumental to your company’s success to learn what makes your workers tick.
- Total rewards are important, but money is not the only thing that attracts candidates and retains employees.
- Turnover is costly. Make sure your existing employees know they are valued.
- Focus on the total employee experience by providing personal and professional development and considering options for flexible work schedules.
- Benefits are not one-size-fits-all. Employees have different needs. A la carte options are a way to help companies differentiate themselves, even by offering pet insurance.
- Be clear on your business’s mission and culture.
- Minimize the approval process with decision made by new hires. This will enhance trust.
- Leverage your existing employees to share your story. Ask your existing employees to share why they like working for your company.
- Share your employees’ stories in the recruitment process. Your existing employees are great advocates for your organization.
Held quarterly, the Racine County HR Roundtable provides a forum for human resource professionals to network and share best practices to increase the success of talent retention, development and recruitment efforts.
MRA, M3 and RCEDC have combined time and resources to help navigate cost-saving reductions, employee recalls, and what the new realities will be in the workplace. Join this free, live session on May 21st as we cover the strategies you will need to re-engage your workforce after COVID-19.
The military veteran is an increasingly valuable and talented workforce commodity. But is your business truly veteran-ready? KABA, RCEDC, and local employers with veteran-friendly cultures explored best practices when recruiting transitioning service members and their families. Download Event Presentation Download…
When the ManPower Group conducted a study in 2018 indicating a significant gap in workforce supply and demand throughout Southeast Wisconsin, RCEDC (Racine County Economic Development Corporation) and partnering organizations took it upon themselves to tackle this gap head on.…
Racine County businesses are expanding, business parks are bustling with newly constructed speculative buildings, and the Wisconn Valley Science and Technology Park construction is underway. To meet the current and future talent needs of local businesses, the Racine County Economic Development Corporation (RCEDC) launched a new talent recruitment program. This new talent recruitment effort is intended to complement existing workforce resources available in Racine County.
BRIDGING THE TALENT GAP IN RACINE COUNTY How do we recruit the qualified talent to work in Racine County to bridge the gap in workforce supply and demand?That’s the question we are facing with the results of a ManpowerGroup study…
Aaron Foege, Principal Development Engineer at DeltaHawk Engines, decided to move from the Chicago area with his wife and five daughters. Not only does Aaron love the lower cost of living in Racine County, but he can spend more time with his family because of shorter commute times. Aaron offers a lighthearted, inside look at his professional transformation as well as the benefits realized from him and his family.
Following the June 6 Greater Racine County (GRC) Talent Summit, an important theme resonated throughout Racine County, the need for local businesses to attract, retain and develop talent. RCEDC (Racine County Economic Development Corporation) and Racine County teamed up to…
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kSRh7CNNHII&t=2s WTMJ4 Racine County Economic Development Corp. will offer tours to attract job seekers Communities across the state continue to battle a shortage of workers. Racine County is taking a unique approach to recruiting new talent. Spectrum News 1 Racine…
Talent Recruitment Initiative There’s so much to do in Racine County. Whether you are a shopper or lover of architecture, an outdoor enthusiast or a culture buff, Racine County is the right place for you! Quality of Life Be inspired…
RCEDC’s mission is to grow Racine County’s property tax base and by supporting business expansions, provide employment opportunities to Racine County residents. Over the last three years the RCEDC staff assisted 72 projects that, when completed, will result in 1,000’s of new full time jobs, and will substantially boost local property tax revenues. Your investment allows RCEDC staff to continue these positive efforts.