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Celebrating Departing Employees Can Produce Other Benefits

Employees have the right to move on

One of the biggest fears of executives and business owners is the possibility that their top employees will leave for jobs at other organizations.

I’ve seen many managers become outraged that members of their executive teams would have the audacity to move on.  As work advice columnist Alison Green said in New York Magazine, “a ton of managers take resignations bizarrely personally—acting as if the person leaving has dealt them, and the organization, a callous and devastating blow.”

I've recently learned that, in an effort to mitigate possible turnover, many CEOs are turning to predictive analytics to infer their employees’ openness to outside job opportunities and the likelihood of exiting.

Please select this link to read the complete article from Fast Company.

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