If you've held a management position in the recent years, you're probably familiar with the pain of parting ways with a valuable team member who possesses a wealth of institutional knowledge as well as the time-consuming hiring process that involves screening applications, conducting several rounds of interviews, and finally orienting your new hire to their position and your business.
The Great Resignation served as a timely reminder for us all of the value of keeping talented personnel. Employee retention not only keeps projects and objectives on track, but it also saves businesses time and thousands of dollars. Numerous employees list poor management as one of the primary reasons they'll leave a job, along with a poisonous workplace environment and low pay. Learn how to be a successful manager and create a work atmosphere that people want to stay in by reading these advice.