We always advocate employee retention and attempt to reduce employee turnover since there are significant costs attached to it. However, employee turnover may not be all that bad. Continuous infusion of fresh blood, great talent, and employees who hit the ground running may be a better idea vs. continuous training of your “loyal” employees. What can IT leadership do to foster an environment that attracts best talent and discourages or even forces non-performers to leave?
- Michael B. Koval, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer, Long and Foster