Employee Retention and Turnover


It’s hard to recruit people these days. It may be even harder to keep them after you’ve hired them.


Do you, do your supervisors know how to KEEP them?


Studying Turnover started in the 1940’s, by the Labor Relations Institute of NY and the findings have stayed largely the same. And employers continue to ignore the underlying reasons for Turnover.

  • Workers say they are leaving bosses more often than they identify the company for leaving as the reason for leaving.

  • A sizeable portion of the worker population would rather have a better boss than a $5000 raise. (It's true.)

  • Lack of Appreciation and Recognition are number 1 or number 2 in many surveys.


I’d go on, but it would soon become repetitively redundant.


Are you giving your Supervisors the Tools and the Training to keep the people you hire?


Other things I found doing my research:


Success is the sum of small efforts – repeated day in and day out.


You were not born a winner, and you were not born a loser. You are what you make of yourself, and what you make of others.


Consistent action creates consistent results.


Your Supervisors create Self-Fulfilling prophecies.


I can help you prepare your supervisors to keep the people you hire. Interested?


Contact Top Line Performance to learn even more about achieving exceptional outcomes with available talent.


www.tlperformance.com 585.953.1511 PatPiles@tlperformance.com

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