The HR Leader’s Guide to Reducing Regrettable Turnover
With The Great Resignation being a widely discussed phenomenon of the past year, it is no longer deniable that employee turnover is a challenge that organizations are forced to grapple with. While reducing employee turnover cannot happen overnight, properly designed employee experiences can predict and prevent turnover, and ensure that top performers stay at the organization and contribute to its ability to thrive.
In this guide, we will focus specifically on regrettable turnover. Paying attention to regrettable turnover means paying attention to why the high performers in your organization are not satisfied. If you take steps to solve those problems, all employees will benefit, and the organization as a whole will realize the positive impacts.
- The different types of turnover
- How to define regrettable turnover
- What drives regrettable turnover
- How to decrease regrettable turnover