Without a doubt, employee turnover is costly mistake and one that most companies can avoid with minimal effort, yet so many brands fail in this area.
This week on the #WorkTrends show, host Meghan M. Biro and her special guest Dan Harris, of Quantum Workplace discussed the intricacies of employee turnover and its long-lasting implications on the employment value proposition.
Dan talked about the difference between dysfunctional and functional employee turnover and how each impacts the organization. It was a lively conversation.
Here are a few other key points that Dan shared with the community:
- Not all employee turnover is bad for the organization
- Employees who don’t feel valued by their employers won’t value their work. They will most likely seek value elsewhere.
- Employee recognition is strongly correlated to employee engagement for a healthy workplace
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