Employees in human resources (HR) deal with a number of stressors throughout the day, including organizing employee health benefits information, ensuring worker satisfaction, hiring new staff members and retaining talent within a company.
According to an article in Human Resource Executive Online, a recent survey revealed that keeping important employees in a business is currently the biggest source of stress for people working in HR.
A total of 72 percent of respondents reported an increase in stress levels over the past 18 months, with 32 naming talent retention as their biggest challenge.
Industry Week magazine reports that there are three things organizations can offer to either attract or retain employees.
First, give them the opportunity to develop new skills and experience. Second, the idea of expanding a professional network is often attractive to workers. Lastly, the news source said businesses should encourage continued education for employees.