We have all heard about the Great Resignation and all the things you need to do to keep your employees from going elsewhere. But what about your managers? Should we be concerned about them? The answer is yes!
Last September, the Harvard Business Review published a piece by Ian Cook. He analyzed more than nine million employee records from more than 4,000 companies across various industries, functions and levels of experience. He highlighted one significant trend: Resignation rates were highest among mid-career employees aged 30 to 45. Resignations in this age group increased more than 20% between 2020 and 2021.
Click to read six tips to help keep your managers from resigning in 2022
Shane Green is a member of the Forbes Coaching Council, and President and Founder of SGE International.
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