Extremely low unemployment and the highest turnover rate in 17 years are forcing employers to dig deep to hold onto good performers.  Mounting evidence shows that people who aren’t engaged or who dislike their managers are the most likely to head for the door.   If you think your company is bleeding people as a result of […]

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As the job market tightens, employers are being forced to work harder to keep good employees.  According to Bloomberg, job turnover has reached a 17-year high. This means companies are at greater risk of losing people, especially if they have lazy managers.  Harvard Business Review says lazy managers do two things:   One: they blame low performance and […]

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