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Employee Attachment refers to the strength of bond created between a new employee and the organisation within the first 120 days of employment. Attachment is the foundation for creating highly engaged individuals, teams and organisations.
The Employee Attachment Inventory is an employee retention instrument that measures the strength of bond (attachment) between a new employee and an organisation within the first 90 days of employment. Attachment perceptions are measured at the 90 day mark with the EAI but the bonding and attachment period extends to 120 days. This means you have a window of 30 days in which to change perceptions across the 20 drivers measured in the EAI.
EAI has specific applications within the on-boarding process and has a proven capacity in helping organisations to;
Cracking the code of reducing employee turnover and recruitment costs is a top priority for HR Professionals and business owners worldwide. The EAI is an instrument of choice for organisations who are committed to driving improvements in their on-boarding process.
DOWNLOAD your 22 page Guide that provides Business Owners, HR Managers & Recruitment Professionals with a rich source of content around Employee Attachment, the financial costs of poor onboarding practices, along with how you can measure and manage employee attrition using the EAI.
DOWNLOAD your Sample EAI Feedback Report A tool for Managers to help them create stronger bonds between new talent and the organisation. The EAI Feedback Report provides data and advice for each of the 20 drivers, and provides guidance to managers on how they can shift any low scoring perceptions.
Improve your exit strategy by implementing the Employee Detachment Inventory (EDI) along side our Independent Exit Interviewing service designed to capture valuable information future proofing your talent.
There are 2 purposes for conducting an exit interview. The first is to learn from the exiting employee what was “Engaging” for them and what became “Detaching” for them to have made the decision to exit. Understanding this relationship allows an organisation to consider their Engagement initiatives for remaining and future employees to improve retention, discretionary effort and performance.
The other key purpose is to help individual managers understand the difference that exists in their own perception of why the employee is exiting and compare this to the actual reasons provided by the employee themselves. It is this perception gap that often has led to the manager either not addressing the detaching influences or, on occasion, perpetuating these detaching influences without realising it.
Similar in structure to the EAI, this instrument measures detachment in an exiting employee and allows a productive transition from both a company and employee perspective.
DOWNLOAD your 5 page Guide that provides Business Owners, HR Managers & Recruitment Professionals with a rich source of content around Employee Detachment, along with how you can measure and manage employee attrition using the EDI.
DOWNLOAD your Sample EDI Feedback Report. A tool for Managers to gain awareness of (a) how "in tune" they were with the factors leading to the departure and (b) how tyhey can potentially help current and future employees who may hold similar perceptions to the departing employee, therefore giving them the opportunity to step in and make changes where required.. The EDI Feedback Report provides data and advice for each of the 20 drivers, and provides guidance to managers on how they can shift any low scoring perceptions in the future.