Recruit vs. Retain: The Real Cost of Hiring and Turnover
Each of your employees represents an investment of time, money, and knowledge. While it may sometimes seem like a challenge to retain your employees, the benefits are clear: you end up with a workforce of experienced, dedicated, and driven contributors that function smoothly as a team. Companies that take steps to develop their workforce reap the benefits of improved workplace morale, productivity, and loyalty. Read this white paper to learn the five main reasons why good employees leave, along with the value of training and development towards employee retention.