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Embrace the Churn! It’s Time to Operationalize Employee Turnover

It’s hard to accept, but time to acknowledge that a large portion of our current annual turnover is no longer expected to go away…ever. The reality is that moving forward, all employer-employee relationships must be deemed “mutually beneficial” to stay intact. If at any given point, an employer no longer needs the skills, services, or […]

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Operationalize Employee Turnover for the Best Organizational Performance

Every company wants to get rid of turnover, but unfortunately, the revolving door is inevitable moving forward in today’s new work age. There are SO many job options out there and the new workforce has the confidence to bounce until they find what they see as the perfect fit. This means…it’s time to operationalize our

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State of the Workforce: The Great Management Walk-Out is Next

We’ve experienced the “Great Resignation” of our workers and based on a plethora of recent conversations I’ve had with executives, directors, and managers across various industries, I’m now predicting, “The Great Management Walk-Out.” Are you aware of how much managers are currently juggling and just how close they are to their breaking points?

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Who Owns Retention? The REAL Employee Turnover Problem

What’s the biggest problem when it comes to employee turnover? No one owns retention!  At many companies, when turnover rises executives point to HR to fix it – whose plate is already overflowing with terminations, payroll, benefits management, and back-fill recruiting. HR then blames bad managers for running off good people, and the managers push back complaining that executives do

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