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Hiring, Firing & Retention

Retaining Employees Through Uncertain Market Conditions

How to combat voluntary attrition and keep employees engaged.

Retaining Employees Through Uncertain Market Conditions

How to combat voluntary attrition and keep employees engaged.

People Impacts of a Market Downturn

How CHROs are addressing hiring, retention and employee communication in 2022.

Global Workforce Expansion: Strategies, Considerations, & Employment Models

What to know before hiring workers in another country.

The CRO Hiring Playbook

How to identify, hire, and onboard a Chief Revenue Officer that can lead revenue from growth-stage through IPO.

2022 Compensation Trends: Pay Transparency, Distributed Workforces & Total Rewards

As a CFO, how do you help manage the transition of your board of directors from a private company to a public company? Four battle-tested CFO’s shared their experience and advice with The Circle Community.

Employee Retention Strategies and Ideas from HR Pros

Focusing on employee retention can result in significant savings. Here are the pro’s favorite strategies and ideas to help retain their star talent

How to Retain Employees and Reasons for Attrition

In a wide-ranging conversation, Chris Barbin from GGV capital shares what he did to retain employees and the importance of finding the reasons for attrition.

The Challenge Of High Turnover at Startups

Despite offering competitive pay and benefits like paid parental leave and tuition reimbursement, startup turnover is still double the average. Find out why.

Hybrid Work – Getting it Right

After over a year of pandemic-induced remote work, businesses across the country are preparing for employees to return to in-person offices in some form. Spoiler alert: no one has this figured out quite yet, and getting it right will take a lot of trial and error.

Why Low Retention Rate Shouldn’t Be A Blanket Goal

Patty McCord literally wrote the book on building effective teams after her tenure at Netflix. Here she shares why low retention rate shouldn’t be a goal.