The world of HR variables

There is a common perception that if employees are satisfied, they are automatically committed to the organisation and vice versa.

Nicholas Burman

There’s a magic formula to increase employee retention by 22 percent

Employee turnover is 22 percent lower than average in organizations where employees are engaged. In addition, performance increases by 26 percent.

Marlies Pellikaan

Help, my talent is leaving! Now what? Sign up for our webinar

Is attracting and retaining talent one of your main priorities? You’re not alone! Effectory is organizing a webinar on how to do so on the 9th of april.

Suzanne Mancini

The Millennial Question – how to keep them loyal

How do you keep your youngest employees engaged and loyal in a time of job-hopping and freelance jobs?

Suzanne Mancini

The employee mobility problem

We discuss the issues that arise from employees staying longer at organisations, and highlight the available solutions to employee mobility problems.

Marlies Pellikaan

The relationship between HR variables

The two basic elements of the Effectory International employee survey are satisfaction and commitment.

Axel Schiphof

What is employee loyalty?

Loyalty is first and foremost about reciprocity. Employees should have the feeling that the organisation wants the best for them, and as a result they will...

Josje Hoek

How can you influence HR variables?

Being informed of the importance and meaning of the HR variables is one. Gaining an insight into the HR variables and knowing how you can influence them is...

Arjen Swank