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How to get ahead of The Great Resignation

by XpertHR | eBook

It is inevitable that employees will leave your organisation, but employers need to manage staff retention effectively to ensure that labour turnover is not too high and that the most valuable employees are not leaving. By focusing on the reasons for voluntary staff turnover, as well as building an effective staff retention strategy, employers have the potential to build higher levels of loyalty and engagement across their organisation.

Download this whitepaper and explore five ways to drive employee retention, and how organisations can use them to improve the employee experience and encourage the retention of staff.

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