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6 Critical Lessons To Learn From Employee Turnover

There was a time when a good career was defined by working for an organization for 20+ years and climbing the rungs until it was time to rest on a pension. This doesn’t come close to defining today’s modern workforce.

Gallup recently reported that 21% of millennials say they’ve changed jobs within the past year, which is more than three times the number of non-millennials surveyed. As a business leader, you have to accept that many members of your tribe won’t be lifers. Employee turnover is inevitable, but learning from each loss is crucial.

In his most recent Inc column, Justin Gray shares six lessons he’s learned about keeping employees happy as he’s grown LeadMD and how he’s evolved his view of engaged employees as the real asset of the business.

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