Is employee retention a problem ?

We provide law firms with evidence-based data on the root causes of employee retention within 30 days

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Why employee retention is critical to your growth

Cost Saving

Reduces your recruitment cost by as much as 80%.  

Competitive Advantage

Provides protection against your reputation strengthening your employer brand.

Increase in Productivity

When employees feel valued, respected and included it leads to individual and company growth.  

Improves Client Relationships

When employees are engaged and committed your clients feel the difference.

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Employee retention analysis 

Root cause analysis helps in going beyond surface-level symptoms such as ineffective supervision, low engagement and poor hiring. By addressing the root causes of employee retention, firms can implement corrective actions to prevent the recurrence of problems. This leads to long-term solutions rather than short-term fixes.

We begin by collecting quantitative and qualitative data, followed by analysing using several methods and tools such as root cause mapping, 5 whys and fishbone diagram depending on the data that’s available and complexity of the problem.

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Engagement and pulse surveys

Engagement surveys are designed using an online method.  Questions are closed ended with predefined response options that can be measured and counted. We design our questions to measure the employee experience.

Pulse surveys are short, weekly or monthly surveys to measure how people feel in real time.  This is used to help you be better informed  on an ongoing basis. They help to identify issues before they become a major problem.

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How to measure your firms culture 

There's an old adage that says, "Culture eats strategy for breakfast". The renowned management consultant, Peter Drucker, was a firm proponent of this philosophy.

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To merge or not to merge, we propose an answer

With the changes being wrought across the legal profession, many firms thinking strategically have been asking themselves, “Should we seek a merger, an acquisition be acquired or remain independent?”

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