Have you fully considered what happens when you lose an employee (which will lead to employee turnover), particularly one who has been with you for an extended period? A chunk of your business leaves with the ex-employee. Let me explain.
"Change is the only constant in life." Have you heard these words before? This was said by the Greek philosopher Heraclitus. And, as the world faces disruptions and transformations one after the other, these words can't be truer, especially in
If you have excellent employees, you will also have poor performing ones. And when these poor performers stay, they can cause serious problems for your organization. However, you can't just casually fire and layoff underperforming employees. And usually, you will
An employee is often promoted to a management position due to their technical abilities and performance, not their leadership skills. That's why, when faced with handling people, some managers have difficulties. Poor management is one of the most common reasons
Fact: The cost of employee turnover ranges from 30% to 150% of an employee's salary. That's expensive! And while turnover can be expected, poor management can cause a normal turnover to climb to an excessive level. Employees who leave don't