How to Keep Your Highest Performers

January 17, 2019 / GuidesFor Team

Summarizing key points from the Northwest Michigan Employee Retention Guide, reports that the “the most commonly cited reason employees leave their position is because of role conflict, stress or role overload. The most commonly cited reason they stay is because of organizational commitment, leader-member exchanges, role clarity, tenure and job satisfaction.” Talent retention is a challenge that organizations continue to fight for today. Many employers now go above and beyond to keep employees engaged and satisfied — some going as far as providing housing. While perks and attractive benefits can go a long way, some intangible factors can greatly influence employee satisfaction. Read on to learn more about how leaders can cultivate a culture in which top talent can thrive. – Jem Santos

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