It’s a new year. The holiday hustle and bustle is behind us. The bonuses have been paid. It’s a time when many employees return to work refreshed, with a “let’s get things done” outlook. But it’s also a time when traditional holiday stressors and end-of-year performance pressures combine to create employee turnover “triggers.”
How can you avoid the traditional post-holiday employee turnover? It’s time for new conversations around employee retention, with a sensitivity to each employee’s individuality and career lifecycle and a “fast start” approach to the new year.