Reduce Employee Turn-Over
How do you reduce employee turn-over, you ask? The answer is simple: Be A Better Boss! An old saying says that “employees leave managers, not companies.” In fact, having a bad boss is the number one reason that most people switch jobs, according to a 2018 Linked In article. The top 5 managerial mistakes that lead to employee dissatisfaction are:
- Being overly Critical
- Being a Know-it-All
Luckily there are steps you can take to reverse employee turn-over and keep employees motivated and engaged. First, it is important to be aware of your bad habits like those listed above. The next 4 steps will ensure that employees are happy and inspired to do their best work:
- Make time for employee training, especially for new hires. Create a career development plan for each employee. Let them imagine a happy and prosperous future at your practice.
- Open the lines of communication. Make your one-on-one meetings actionable. Always end your meetings with an action item. Recognize your employees unique strengths. Learn what their resentment is and remedy it.
- Offer flexible working environments whether through schedule or working from home where possible.
- Get involved in the community. Make volunteering and other charitable programs a key part of your company culture. People are happiest at work when they feel that they are offering something of value beyond their day-to-day responsibilities.
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