Quick show of hands, who has heard the saying: You don’t leave the company, you leave the boss? It’s an adage in management and leadership that describes the impact managers, supervisors and foreman have on their people. Even if a company has all of the perks in the world, people will still leave if they don’t like their boss.
In today’s world, the average time a employee will remain with a company is between 2-5 years. The perception is that the younger generations lack loyalty and are bored easily. However, in our line of work, we see it more than ever that employees will cross the street for $0.50 raise or some other small incentive, which is why we need to engage our people to get them to remain with us long term. Here’s how generational thinking impacts us as an organization.
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