Turnover is expensive and we all want our best employees to stay in our business, right? Of course, right. Except that sometimes you want even the best and the brightest to go out to other companies. While I’ve advocated this for years, I was somewhat surprised to see The Harvard Business Review do the same.
- Employees want development, not lip service.
- Openness allows conversations to thrive.
- There are benefits to their leaving.
- They’re more likely to return.
To read more, click here: Why a Chief Marketing Officer Wants His Best Employees to Quit