Retention strategy

Retention is as important as recruitment, since it concerns employees whose knowledge is specific for the project and our clients, and whose training has required considerable time and money investments.

Retention is as important as recruitment, since it concerns employees whose knowledge is specific for the project and our clients, and whose training has required considerable time and money investments. Losing such employees is always fraught with vast material and non-material expenses, especially today, when a company’s value is measured by the number of its qualified staff. Acknowledging this, we have developed and implemented a retention strategy that includes the following points:

  • Open information about the career prospects and opportunities for our employees. Employees can also find some information about the company, its achievements, corporate news, and so on – for them to understand where they are working, what position the company has in the industry, and how their contribution helps the company to grow.

  • We regularly conduct personal meetings with each employee to receive feedback about the existing problems or issues, if any, understand the employee’s mood and help him or her solve any possible problems within the company.

  • Brightgrove offers special training programs for the company’s employees, including individual coaching sessions, conducted by the top management. Project managers work with the people every day and they have to know how to do that.

  • We support our employees’ initiative by encouraging reasonable and valuable proposals, rewarding their efforts with financial and non-financial incentives. We stimulate generation of ideas and our staff’s participation in the company’s daily life.

  • We try to raise Brightgrove’s employees’ interest in their work by giving them information on how the results of their work influence the company’s success and how these results help our clients in developing their business, as well as by arranging personal meetings of the project groups with the clients’ representatives.