“Stay interviews”—one-to-one career conversations that help leaders determine which employees are a top “flight risk” from the company—are the subject of my June articles at the HR Answers page.
If you’re unfamiliar with the concept of stay interviews, start with this primer: Stay Interviews: A Low-Cost Solution for Improved Employee Retention in which you’ll learn about the benefits, drawbacks and guidelines for implementation.
If you are in the HR or management function at your organization, you can have an influence on using stay interviews. Here are four ways to be sure you’re making the most of this important employee engagement tool: Best Practices in Employee Retention: How to Implement Stay Interviews.
As always, I’m open to suggestions for HR topics. Drop me a line in the comments section.
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