The warnings were there, but were you too busy to notice them?Losing a good employee hurts any time, but with today'sminuscule unemployment rate, it can be a disaster. Early detectioncan make the difference. If you're aware an employee is lookingfor another job, find out why and remedy the situation.
"You don't need to do heavy-duty sleuthing. Just lookfor the signs, and then check with that employee and ask how thingsare going," explains Lynn Taylor of Menlo Park,California-based OfficeTeam, a large administrative staffing firm."Start subtly--no one likes to be caught--and then approachthe person with genuine concern, which will open thedialogue."
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