Why Can’t I find the Right People?
1. Availability of volume by occupations matched to job requirements to allow for initial start-up, growth and turnover.
2. Availability of worker quality (“aptitude” and “attitude”) providing the ability to achieve performance goals.
3. Wage levels, as they exist today and as affected by changes in supply and demand going forward into the foreseeable future.
Think for a moment of the ongoing cost of recruiting that you experience and the lost productivity associated with constant turnover as well as the lost time on the part of leadership to manage a rotating door of employees. Did you know that excessive turnover can cost you between 100 and 200 percent of a worker’s annual wages, not to mention the “headache factor” associated with it?