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Employers struggling to attract, retain employees  - Benefit News

[Image: Bloomberg]Amanda Eisenberg writes for Benefit News about the struggle employers are facing in attracting and retain employees with critical skills, high potential, and a top performance record.

Read the full original article from Benefit News.

"Not only are employers failing to attract top candidates, but they are also having difficulties retaining their workforce, particularly senior and executive management. The current workforce climate is partially to blame," Eisenberg says. She goes on to state that employers focus on career advancement opportunities and salary as the top two drivers of employee attraction and retention, but also says that meaningful engagement with employees about what they need is important as well.

Although each workplace has a unique set of employees that may have different needs, healthcare benefits have also been cited as a highly important factor in employee attraction and retention. Learn more about the importance of benefits in our employer's guide - The Importance of Healthcare Benefits in Nonprofit Organizations:

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