When an employee quits, it’s often easier to just believe the situation is out of your hands. However, many reasons employees quit could be easily prevented if the time was taken to ensure the company is a place that employees never want to leave.
Here are four ways you can stop valuable employees from walking out the door and improve productivity and engagement in the process:
1. Take orientation seriously
If you want new hires to stay with your company, you need to implement an orientation program that will turn them into happy employees. As a matter of fact, 69 percent of 600 new hires who responded to the 2015 Employee Job Satisfaction and Engagement report by the Society for Human Resource Management said they are more likely to remain at a company with a structured orientation program up to three years.