Employees don't leave companies. They leave people. - Forbes
Losing a high-performing employee is like a punch in the gut. Not only will it take time to hire a good replacement and get them up to speed, it will also take money. This scenario plays out every day in the business world, but it doesn't have to happen. Most employees who resign do so not because of money, but because they're unhappy with their manager. That means it can be prevented. So, how do you retain employees? One word: motivation. Employees who feel motivated have better relationships with their managers and co-workers, and they're much more likely to stick around. They're driven to succeed and that makes the company more successful. According to Forbes, there are six best practices to motivate (and retain) employees.
For a closer look, read the full Forbes article here.