Has this happened to you: you hire a great employee, invest time, energy and company resources into training, only to learn that your employee has found another opportunity after less than one year?
Are there ways that you can be proactive and reduce staff turnover? Some managers think that they know what their employees want. You may be surprised to find that it’s not always what you think. Company growth and profits are important. But don’t let the bottom line deter you from focusing on employee satisfaction, which in turn will mitigate turnover.
Running a successful business takes a lot of effort and work hours. But every time one of your employees leaves, the time and money that you have invested in his or her training costs you not only financially, but in lost productivity.
Follow the tips in this publication to reduce turnover and increase your employee’s job satisfaction.
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Publisher: Solutions Publishing
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Author: Bill Hood