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Retaining your best People

Why are my Employees Leaving

It can cost up to £30k to replace an employee who leaves and that does not take into account the psychological impact on the business. To enable long term growth we want to be nurturing our team and developing them to increase performance.

Why do employees leave?

  • Poor Management Style
  • Bad Culture
  • Lack of Career Progression
  • Undervalued
  • Over Worked
  • Stress
  • No Professional Development
  • Un-Competitive Package
  • Business is Static
  • Financial Stability

Moving Forwards

Many businesses suffer from high staff attrition so you are not alone and there are solutions.

Outlined below are steps that can be taken to support your employees and ensure they want to stay with your business.

Scroll down for 10 tips on staff retention

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Stop Staff Leaving

Create a Supportive Management Style
Do you support your team or are you running an autocratic business where employees are have no free will.

Build a Welcoming Culture
Culture should provide a welcoming, supporting environment.

Offer Career Development
People like to map their career progression which can help you plan ahead.

Create a Feeling of Value
Do you management team provide feedback and support to their teams.

Do Not Overwork
In today’s world people do not want to take work home with them.

Reduce Stress
If you expect too much of people without providing support and resources they will burn out.

Provide Learning and Development
Training and development helps employees develop skills and creates achievement.

Offer Competitive Packages
Salary range within industry roles if no secret, undertake a salary review if you are unsure.

Keep the Business Moving
People get bored doing the same task, if your business is not moving forwards neither are they.

Create Financial Stability
Ensure that you keep staff abreast of developments that they may hear about in the press before they go public.