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How do you maintain your progressive growth trajectory when people are harder to retain?

Your expeditious growth has inspired talented people to join your organisation. FinTech has a high demand for Millenials due to their technological skills, but Millenials are well-known for job-hopping which makes retaining them even more crucial. There’s an increasing need for specialists in IT within financial organisations, and your ability to hire and retain your people will become more challenging.

So, it’s time to be honest -. Is your culture the same as when you first started? Or has your organisation’s identity – the very thing that attracted your people in the first place – been left behind?

But it’s 2021, and attitudes towards workplace loyalty have shifted. Long-standing methods to retain people, such as – generous pay and benefits,  – no longer cut it. And with a growing need for IT experts in financial organisations, you’ll find it increasingly difficult to attract and hold on to your skilled people.

But your people grow your organisation. So how do you maintain your progressive growth trajectory when people are harder to retain?

We’ve seen what’s good, what’s bad and what works. People want to work in an organisation where the culture reflects their own lifestyle and values. So, to captivate and retain your people, you need a desirable culture.

When done correctly, coaching creates a culture of growth and upskilling. Through Thrive, your people choose when they want to be coached and how. The benefits? We give your people the autonomy to take control of their own self-development. Leaving them feeling valued by your organisation and integrated into your culture of growth. Based on the coaching your people select, we gather and share rich data with your organisation. You’ll see the changes you need to implement to retain the people you rely on most.

Your people grow your organisation. So when your people thrive, so does your organisation.

Thrive works with everyone from new joiners to your top team – to give them the impetus, skills, and confidence to make a difference at work.

Because when people thrive, so do organisations

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