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Preventing employee turnover

Published06.06.17
Updated30.06.20

Engaged employees are 44% more likely to stay in their jobs, and tapping into intrinsic motivation is key.

Alas, many HR leaders attribute up to 50% of their employee turnover to employee burnout, which can be prevented, but not with a one-size fits all approach.

Hootsuite’s CEO holds onto his employees through people movement – encouraging people to make career development moves between departments in the company, leading to higher engagement, more learning and lower external attrition. Another way to prevent burnout and turnover is to allow for benevolent hacking. Do you agree with the hacking manifesto?

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