Strategies to Reduce Employee Turnover

A great company culture goes beyond work perks. While those special perks (free gourmet lunches, for example) are thrilling for new hires and a great tool for recruiters, they aren’t enough to keep your best employees engaged over time. The longer an employee spends with a company, the more apparent the company’s flaws become. And that’s why a strong foundation is much more important to long-term engagement and retention than those surface-level perks.

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What builds a strong foundation for company culture? People-focused performance management, an open dialogue between managers and employees, constructive feedback that encourages daily growth, and goals that relate employees’ micro-contributions to their company’s macro-vision.

The following infographic takes an in-depth look at those four strategies to reduce employee turnover and build an engaging workplace culture.

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