From Resignation to Retention: Key Solutions for Keeping Your Best Employees

Phil Holberton

Phil Holberton

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As a leader, it can be disheartening to see talented and dedicated employees leave your company. There are many reasons why good employees may choose to move on, and it’s essential to address these retention issues in a way that shows empathy and leadership.

A Leadership View on Addressing Key Retention Issues



One of the most common reasons employees leave is because there’s a lack of career growth opportunities. As a leader, it’s essential to invest in your employees’ development, providing them with challenging projects, mentoring, and training. Offering these opportunities, you will help your employees feel valued and invested in their growth within the company.


Ensure that your employees feel treated fairly and with respect. If an employee feels mistreated, they will be more likely to leave the company. As a leader, you have to model respectful behavior and address any issues of unfair treatment promptly.


In the wake of the pandemic, many employees have grown accustomed to remote work and often don’t want to return to the office full-time. Therefore, you must listen to your employees’ needs and concerns and create a work environment that supports their personal and professional lives.


Undoubtedly, as a leader, it’s crucial to cultivate a positive and supportive workplace culture that values open communication and collaboration. Yourself, and your leadership team needs to be a reflection of this.


Of course, pay is also a critical factor in employee retention. Your employees need to be paid fairly for their work and have access to benefits and incentives that show your appreciation for their efforts.


Clear communication and job expectations are also key to employee satisfaction. By providing your employees with a clear understanding of their roles and responsibilities, you help them perform at their best and avoid feelings of confusion or frustration.


Acknowledging and celebrating your employees’ accomplishments, helps them feel valued and motivated to continue performing at a high level.


Set realistic expectations for your employees by providing them with clear goals and achievable targets. Straightaway, you can help them feel empowered and motivated to succeed.

As a leader, you must recognize the many factors that can contribute to employee turnover and address these issues in a way that shows empathy and leadership. By creating a supportive and positive work environment that values your employees’ growth and development, you can help to retain your top talent and build a successful and engaged team.

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