A good business is a reflection of its employees. Let’s assume that you know that employees are motivated by more than just money. You have a company culture that is focused on professional growth, mentoring, and empowers employees. But what if the company has trouble with employee retention?
An employee may still decide to quit a company that has great perks. We are not surprised when workers leave jobs at companies that promote a toxic work environment with little room for advancement. In one survey 57% of participants admitted that their business was having difficulty keeping quality employees.
The good news is that there are a few proven ways a company can increase the likelihood that an employee will stay in their position for a few years. After all, it isn’t simply a matter of goi