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2017 HR Trends Report

Use McLean & Company’s 2017 HR Trends Report to identify new and exciting practices, reveal top priorities, and identify areas of improvement and strength.
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HR Trends Report for 2017

Each year, McLean & Company surveys business professionals to examine current practices and priorities in HR, and reveal emerging trends. This year’s report identifies...

Employee Departure Checklist Tool

Effective offboarding requires standardized policies and procedures to ensure a smooth transition for the departing employee. It is critical to document the necessary...

Exit Interview Template

Exit interviews are an important opportunity to gain honest and open feedback from voluntarily departing employees. Use the information gained through exit interviews to...

Develop an Offboarding Plan to Manage Risk and Transition Employees Effectively Storyboard

Employee departures, whether voluntary or involuntary, are an inevitable part of conducting business. Offboarding employees effectively will minimize risk, protect the...

Develop an Effective Talent Retention Strategy

An ad hoc retention strategy is no longer sufficient. To remain competitive, organizations must develop an integrated talent retention strategy based in data analysis.
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Stay Interview Guide

The Stay Interview Guide helps managers conduct conversations with employees to gain insights into the employees' level of engagement, satisfaction with job...

Develop an Effective Talent Retention Strategy Storyboard

An ad hoc retention strategy is no longer sufficient. To remain competitive, organizations must develop an integrated talent retention strategy based in data analysis.

Talent Retention Strategy Stakeholder Slides

Retention is often approached as an HR issue. Convince stakeholders that it must be a partnership between HR and the executive team and management.

Talent Retention Challenge Analysis

Use the Talent Retention Challenge Analysis tool to identify areas of unhealthy turnover and identify the most commonly cited reasons for leaving the organization.
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