Keeping staff: the ten mistakes bosses make
As Ireland approaches full employment, it is now a candidate’s market, and many employers wonder what is the best way to hold onto their people.
The costs are high when people leave. There is the need to source a replacement, the potential loss of productivity and profitability, the potential impact on customers and on remaining work colleagues.
Here are some tips for employers keen to keep hold of valuable staff:
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