When it comes to the biggest banes of most businesses, there’s not much that’s more devastating than when employees walk out the door. After all, they’re not just taking their talents with them – they’re exiting with institutional knowledge that takes months, even years to amass.
I don’t know about you, but I’ve never been to a preschool graduation where 4-year-olds stand and proclaim their dream of becoming a corporate cog when they grow up. And the same can be said of college graduates. People want to be a viable piece of their organization. They want to do something that matters – and they want to matter to their company.