re·tain    rəˈtān/     



continue to have (something); keep possession of.

High employee turnover is a company's worst nightmare. Not only does it impact the organization's ability to serve its customers, but it also can have a negative impact on current employee moral.

Studies have shown that the cost of replacing a skilled employee can be as high as 70% of that individuals salary. Factors that contribute to the percentage are recruiting costs, lost productivity & time to train a new person to meet that lost employee's productivity rate.

Fuse will help you devise a retention strategy that reduces turnover to drive net positive bottom line results.

  • Benefit plan selection

  • Communication development

  • Employee recognition

  • Culture development

  • Compensation studies

  • Orientation and onboarding

  • Community service projects