Almost half (49 per cent) of U.S. employers are concerned that employees delaying their retirements will increase benefits costs, according to a new survey by Willis Towers Watson. The survey, based on responses from almost 150 large employers in the United States, also found 41 per cent of respondents are concerned that delayed retirement will increase salary costs and 37 per cent […]
While 37 per cent of Canadian employees expect their workplace to focus more on employee health in the coming years, health and well-being ranked in the bottom three on employers’ list of their top talent management priorities this year, according to new research by Mercer. Its 2017 global talent trends study also found flexible working arrangements […]
Employee turnover is a slippery slope. Beyond lost productivity and institutional knowledge walking out the door, there are significant expenses related to interviewing, hiring and training new employees. Turnover also affects the remaining employees, who often have to do additional work and can become overextended, which results in additional costs and lost revenues that are often underestimated.