When an employee quits, you are losing a lot more than a person. You are losing expert knowledge and insights. It will also cost you money to recruit, hire, and train a replacement. Turnover can be expensive and time-consuming, to say the least.
If you can prevent employees from quitting, you can save your organization a lot of time, money, and minimize disruption. If an employee quits unexpectedly, it can have an even more detrimental and far-reaching impact.
You can potentially dissuade employees from quitting when you understand the top signs. Here is a list of how to tell if someone is potentially going to quit:
Here are some top signs you have an employee who may be thinking about leaving:
Being proactive and taking preventative action is the most effective way to prevent turnover. You need to do good by your employees well before they start to consider exiting the company. Once they start thinking about quitting, it may be too late, and it will be challenging to get them to stay long-term. Here are a few simple but effective tips to keep your employees:
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