How to Keep Talent During the Great Resignation
Know your best people's goals to help them stay
Good organizations pride themselves on helping their employees grow. They make efforts to ensure their people have opportunities to increase their responsibilities, pick up new skills and generally do more.
But those organizations acknowledge there's a downside to this: All that professional development can help launch your best employees out of your office and toward what they see as a better opportunity. What's been called the Great Resignation—mass numbers of American workers quitting their jobs—might be more accurately called the Great Churn, where people aren't dropping out of the workforce entirely so much as looking for something better.
“One thing we are seeing is that hires are high,” ADP economist Nela Richardson told CNN in February. “They’re not leaving the jobs market; they’re leaving for other jobs in the same industry.”
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