Review best practices and the latest research on how to engage and retain employees.
A positive relationship between employees and employers is an underlying objective in all engagement and retention activities. Positive relationships support a thriving and energized workforce that meets or exceeds performance expectations.
These resources can help Head Start programs keep employees satisfied, productive, and on staff.
Effective onboarding sets new employees up for success and supports them throughout the first several months of employment. Explore effective practices to ensure a new hire's success and retention in your program.
Plan meaningful interactions, which fosters a sense of belonging and builds strong relationships between employees and the organization as a crucial part of the employee journey.
Consider how a strategic onboarding process can help new hires cultivate relationships with their supervisors, coworkers, and others.
These animated videos describe HR best practices and related resources to support programs address personnel needs.
Use this sorting activity to analyze your programs turnover and retention metrics.
Learn about the five most significant drivers of organizational culture and how they shape employees’ perceptions, behaviors, and understandings.
Watch this webinar for new guidance on how to use bonuses to support the retention and recruitment of the Head Start workforce.
Find resources for building a program culture that provides ongoing professional development and mental health supports to teachers, family child care providers, and home visitors.
Explore strategies Head Start and Early Head Start programs can use to recruit, train, and retain education services staff who are qualified and dedicated to working with our youngest learners and their families.