‘Tis the time of The Great Resignation.
Some are leaving the workforce altogether, while others are leaving for better jobs.
The latter often find fatter paychecks elsewhere.
If a person’s salary was 100, and they asked for 120, sometimes they’re let go, only to be replaced by someone with a salary of 150. Isn’t that insane?
As they say, train someone so well that they can leave anytime. But treat them so well that they never want to leave.
Nice saying, but does anyone implement this in real life?
Most retention exercises are purely fire fighting exercises. Running from pillar to post to douse out the flames.
Why not start by not having any fires in the first place?