3 Employee Retention Strategies for Surviving the Great Resignation
A record 4.5 million workers quit their jobs in November, showing that the Great Resignation is not slowing down. Everything is up in the air—from matters at work to those in our personal lives. To put it simply, it’s overwhelming.
So, as a leader, what can you do? What is the outcome you want to achieve? Right now, you may be looking beyond retention to how to proactively help your employees. That can start by bringing more humanity to work. Here are a few recommendations to get you started.
Understand That Relationships Are Two-way Streets
Think Outside the Box
With the ping-pong conversation of remote work to back-to-the-office to remote work happening constantly, keeping your flexibility muscle strong is essential right now. This is not the time to announce rigid policies, either way.
People are leaving. Things are stressful. Uncertainty is all around us. So, focus on what is within your control and what you can do to develop a rich relationship with your people.