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A short-term fix for making employees stay is to pay the employees well. This is not a long-term strategy, as having people in a company for purely financial reasons wouldn't be a good idea. But if employees aren't paid well, great performers will find it hard to stay.
Providing interesting or a variety of projects keeps talented employees on board.
Innovative projects eventually reduce the need for old software/old processes that are normally active for decades as no one is capable or interested in providing a more efficient way to work.
Setting clear employee expectations can benefit your business. Management must communicate their expectations verbally and in writing. This can reduce or eliminate confusion and increase the levels of success.
96% of talent professionals agreed that employee experience is very important, to the point of becoming mission-critical.
Whether you’re a leader overseeing a 500-person organization or a manager with a team of two, we all need to find ways to create experiences to connect more deeply and humanly with our teams..
Find out if your performance evaluation is according to what you understand. Identify your goals and key performance indicators with your manager, and discuss accordingly.