The employee life cycle is a model applied to classify several stages of value to an employee within an organisation. Organisation use the models to identify, evaluate and improve on employee experiences. usually the cycle consists of six (6) stages which are directly related to employees though in total they are eight (8). There is Planning, Resourcing (these two do not directly affect an employee), learning and development, performance management and development, reward and compensation, labour and employee relations, employee wellness and wellbeing, retention and separation.

The lifecycle can still support an employee figure out at what stage they are stuck in and what areas the organisation is not holding well. This serves as an appropriate ground for productive feedback, notably where an organisation has policies of gathering feedback for improvement.

We have tackled several areas  of the life cycle in the last 30 days of an article a day on work related matters #30daysoflabour. This serves as the last post on this series of 30 days of labour, and does not serve as the last post on work related and employment matters, more are to come.

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