Most staff turnover is avoidable. The problem is, most companies don’t ask what they need do to keep their workers happy. An employee turnover survey is a good start on the path to nurturing loyal employees.
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The biggest problem that contributes to employee turnover is that companies don’t know staff are planning to leave until they’re already out the door. The lines of communication are rarely open and staff feel like they can’t talk openly about what is making them unhappy.
This can’t be solved overnight but you can improve retention using an employee turnover survey. Allow your staff to tell you how satisfied they were in their role and what could be better.
When your focus is on supporting the people you work with, it’s important to understand them. Gain insights using online surveys and ensure your decisions are backed up by data.
Get to know what your employees require—whether it’s specific support, programs, or something bigger like adapting the way they work. It’s a great way to get buy-in too. When your staff can share their thoughts and feedback, they’ll understand they’re helping to improve the company.
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