On Employee Retention

Doing your job well is important.

But that isn’t what is going to keep you at a job.

What’s going to keep you is belief in the companies mission, having a best friend at work, establishing deep connections (defined as a relationship where you feel cared for, comfortable being vulnerable, and able to confide in the other person).

Additional factors found are: enabling work employees enjoy, help them play to their strengths, and carve a path for career development that accommodates personal priorities are.

These are ingredients that when combined produce dazzling, and sometimes jaw dropping, scenarios. Think high skilled employees working long hours at a startup with a salary that’s paying half of what they are worth.

Doing your job well is important, but it’s not going to keep you at your job.

Photo by Annie Spratt on Unsplash.

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