Employees are your greatest asset, don't squander them.
Staff are the bedrock upon which Your Company Rises. If it's loose, shifting, or constantly in upheaval, it's distracting you from focusing on long-term goals like expansion. Investing in your foundation frees you to grow.
Why Employees Leave
Employee turnover is a normal part of employment but the current rate and widespread employee resignations is catching employers off-guard. Keep an Eye On Conflicts within your control to improve retention rates.
Burnout and Fatigue
Monotony, repetition, and lack of support is physically and mentally exhausting.
The lines between home and office have blurred, pitting the two against one another.
Unchallenged, uninvolved, and uninspired makes for an empty experience.
The opportunity to change and potentially improve working conditions is a draw.
Why Retention Matters
It's terribly Short-Sighted to think employees are a dime a dozen. In fact, each employee is a considerable investment and collectively responsible for the production of a company's goods and services.
Onboarding and training are upfront expenses that take from your bottom line.
It's difficult to grow and advance when you're constantly rebuilding.
Clients, current and potential employees notice and question why there is turnover.
Your Loss, Their Gain
Employees leaving to work for competitors has a compounding negative effect
Departing employees is a Wake-Up Call that you may be out-of-touch with employee satisfaction. Stave off losses by properly compensating employment.
Paying employees what they're worth, not what you can get away with.
Extending health and wealth compensation builds security.
Rewards and Recognition
Employees give a considerable portion of their life to the job and Recognizing Their Commitment helps to solidifying the employee/employer relationship.
Training & Development
Keep employees engaged by advancing talent with training options.
Promote From Within
Respect commitment and effort through upward mobility.