High employee turnover can be affected by a myriad of factors – you know this. But no matter the company, the most beneficial place to start with retention efforts resides at the top: Improving management effectiveness.
You can find the best talent, put all your effort into hiring, and develop a top-notch onboarding program until you’re blue in the face. But if managers aren’t effective in their roles, and if new employees don’t have good relationships with their supervisors, all that effort spent getting them to the company will be wasted.
So where to even start?