• Barnett Waddingham
    Barnett Waddingham
  • Beyond the Pay Scale: How to Keep MVPs on Your Roster

    By Bitville

    Retaining talented employees isn’t always about the money. If you want to keep your most valuable players, or MVPs, on your roster, then you have to think beyond the pay scale. Invest in your employees with empathy and connectivity. This is how you retain motivated employees, inspiring them to be more creative, innovative, and committed. It’s that simple.

    Warm up the induction process

    You may be excited about promising new talent joining your team, so why not invest in the induction process? Create warm and inviting videos and talk to your digital learning partner about producing engaging 360 virtual tours.

    Get connected

    How much do you know about your top performing employees? We’re living in precarious times so it’s important you check in with your top talent. Find out how they’re doing and ask how you can support them. Listen to their needs and respond with action.

    Boost their expertise

    Work with experts in digital learning to develop micro and nano modules that expand your employees’ knowledge base without imposing on their busy schedule. Build immersive, interactive, and bite-sized content that will excite learners and keep them coming back for more.

    Inclusivity, Inclusivity, Inclusivity

    We can’t say it enough. As you respond to the times by diversifying your team, be sure to reflect inclusivity in your marketing, training, digital learning, and communication materials. Making employees feel excluded or isolated is a sure-fire way to lose your top talent. Show your MVP, and all your employees, you respect them by reflecting their interests, their values, and their multifaceted identities.


    If building a digital learning suite for talent retention sounds like a lot of work, then let’s talk. Bitville’s dedicated team of professionals is here to lend a hand.



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