How to Improve Your New Hire Retention

There is an occurrence so commonplace among manufacturers that there’s a name for it: “runners.” Runners are the new hires for entry-level jobs, often in their 20s, who fail to return for duty after their first work break, lunch hour or first day on the job. They are out the door and never come back. Your first instinct may be to wonder what’s wrong with them, or maybe how someone in your organization thought they would be a good fit. But if your organization has had runners, you might ask yourself a different question – what are these new hires running from? In the current job market, people

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