In an employment culture where retaining top talent is just as important as attracting it in the first place, London Residential is pleased to fill its offices with enthusiastic staff who show a real sense of loyalty to our growing North West London estate agency business.
Therefore we are thrilled to be celebrating the one-year work anniversary of James Baines. It's been a whole 12 months since he joined London Residential as a Sales Negotiator at our Kentish Town office, and he's made an instant impact on both clients and his colleagues.
Although you may think a single year within a company is no feat, today's employment sector is heavily weighted with 'Millennials' - who are known to be 'flighty' when it comes to career and workplace commitment. In fact, recent figures suggest that 71% of Millennials think they will be gone from their current role by 2020, while 44% think they’ll be gone in just two years.
The statistics were reported in an article on attracting and engaging with Millennials, recently published by the Evening Standard . Dimple Agarwal, a partner at global consultancy firm Deloitte, was quoted on the theme that staying with a company for life is a dying trend.
We're proud to celebrate work anniversaries at London Residential. We think the loyalty is, in part, a result of the workplace culture we have created. Retaining staff is also a great perk for our clients, who can return to us and deal with the same professional yet friendly people time and time again.
At London Residential we take the calibre of our staff very seriously, and our recruitment process tends to yield loyal employees who want to help people buy and sell North West London property.