Is re-recruiting your current employee’s part of your employee retention strategy? If not, it should be, according to Michael Jalbert, president of Management Recruiters International.

“Employers should be applying the strategies and tools of external recruiting to their current employees.”

Loyalty is a good trait to have but it is unrealistic to think that your employees will be loyal in such a competitive employment market, there are just too many options available. It is safe to assume that your top employees are constantly targeted by other companies.

If you are not proactively reaching out to your talent and actively re-recruiting, engaging and challenging them, you are in danger of losing them.

Ten Questions for Current Employees

Jalbert offers some questions that probe how current employees feel about their jobs. Their answers can often determine whether or not they will stay on their jobs:

  • If you could make any changes about your job, what would they be?
  • What things about your job do you want to stay as they are?
  • What makes for a great day?
  • What can we do to make your job more satisfying?
  • What can we do to support your career goals?
  • Do you get enough recognition?

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