Employee retention is a real problem that all managers face. The key to being able to keep the good employees is not so much the salary you offer them or even the actual work, it is more about how you manage them and how they feel working under you as their manager. Do they feel valued within your team? Do you provide them with timely feedback? Do they feel your support as a manager leading their team or company?
No surprises here!
Research indicates leaders of companies with see consistent high growth are humble, down-to-earth people who act as mentors to their employees.
Unfortunately, even in this day and age, otherwise good companies continue to suffer because of some managers who act as bottlenecks to growth.
That said, for every inefficent manager there’s an inefficent superior. Therefore leadership skills trickle down from top and it’s what defines a company’s culture. Do you agree? Please post your comments.
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