EANJ’s Retention Survey reports that six in ten employers are concerned about employees leaving as the N.J. economy gets closer to full employment. Most of the concern is about experienced managers, technicians and administrators leaving but even the loss of production workers is worrisome. Most say that increasing pay is the primary solution to retaining valuable employees but some report that wellness programs, gym memberships, discounted lunch, employee assistance programs and other perks are part of the retention strategy. Details will follow as the full survey is scheduled for publication next month. In the meantime, visit EANJ’s Talent Management Toolkit.