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Hi Reader,

Worried about being a "stepping stone" employer?

In a competitive job market, experienced professionals and recent graduates with their "eye on the prize" may not be looking for long term...just "right now."

In this month's Strategies for Success, we've included some tips to help prevent your organization from becoming a stepping stone.


Laurie Liechty, President
Contemporary Personnel Staffing and Professionals Incorporated

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Staff Matters
brought to you by Contemporary Personnel Staffing and Professionals Incorporated
December 2011
Don't Be a Stepping Stone Employer!
Ever worry that you're seen as a "stepping stone" employer? The job market is as fierce as ever, and sometimes "a" job seems better than "the right" job to candidates. And where does that leave your company?

Turnover leads to higher cost, lost productivity, and decreased morale. And each time you hire a candidate who views your company as a "stop along the way," it negatively impacts your business.

In this month's article, we focus on three ways you can encourage employees to view your company in the long term, and improve performance along the way.
Did you know?

The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported last month that employment numbers increased by 103,000 in September, with job gains in professional and business services, healthcare and construction.

Courtesy of the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
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