By William Seidman Employee turnover flummoxes good (and not so good) companies. This is an interesting article on the problem, with a number of fixes that might help to retain employees. Healthcare and better scheduling might work to keep some people in a company, but the impact is rarely a sustained one. The primary cause of employee turnover is bad management – a vast area. Unclear expectations, insufficient tools and training, and insufficient support and feedback from the manager are problems that, if you fix them, you fix the problem. We used our approach in a national fast food chain. It had much higher turnover than retail. We were able to reduce turnover as well as increase revenue for this company.]]>

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