Are Your Employees Looking For a New Job?

by Evil HR Lady on January 17, 2014

Do your employees set New Year’s Resolutions? A very popular one this year is “Find a new job,” according to a new Career Builder survey. Per that research, 1 in 5 full time employees (or 21 percent) are looking for new jobs. This is up from last year’s 17 percent.

People look to leave for a variety of reasons. Among others, they feel they’re overdue for a pay raise or they want more work/life balance. But your real question is how do you keep your star players from walking away?

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David January 17, 2014 at 4:37 pm

If they are smart they are. Smart people are always on the lookout for opportunities, internal or external. It should be the biggest motivation for companies to create a positive, challenging and fulfilling work environment. But it’s not…..

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EngineerGirl January 18, 2014 at 6:30 pm

And always say thank you in a way that is meaningful to the employee.

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