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Posts from Seth Richtsmeier

14 Surprising Statistics about Employee Retention

Does power lie in the hands of employees? In today’s job market it does, and leaders must address the causes of attrition to retain their workforce. Employee loyalty is hard to earn but ultimately the key to business success. 

How to Calculate Employee Turnover

Are you looking to improve your employee retention rate? The first step is to understand just how many of your employees are leaving and why. Use this simple formula to get a better grip on the people side of your business and make better, data-driven decisions.

10 Great Examples of Google's Company Culture

What is it about Google's company culture that drives a strong competitive advantage? Here are 10 great examples of Google’s culture and why other companies should learn from them. Learn how to increase your employee engagement, productivity, and creativity.

30 Leadership Quotes from the World's Top Female CEOs

Some people are motivated by kindness and gentle effort of leaders, while others respond to toughness and tenacity. Whatever your style of leadership, try learning something new from these 30 leadership quotes from the world’s top female CEOs.

9 Myths that Hold Female Employees Back, Debunked

The debate over gender equality has escalated in recent years. Equality dictates a path of progress in which it’s evident that there are equal opportunities and resources available to both men and women.

Building Great Cultures: Embracing the Light and Understanding the Shade

Leaders in the workplace can transform people's lives. Margaret Wheeler is living proof of how much can be achieved when we show commitment to our employees. As Chief People & Culture Officer at Stitch Fix, Wheeler has seized every opportunity to drive positive change for her workers. But why should leaders care? For Margaret, it’s because work is developmental, transformational, and as she thinks about her own work in her life, Wheeler says she’s had the opportunity to change as a human being because of her experiences in the companies she’s been a part of.