One of the drawbacks of being a small business is competing on price for employees.
The “big guys” can offer so much more in terms of salary and benefits that sometimes your business probably feels like a revolving door for team members that are great, but looking for a company that can compensate them a bit better.
Well, we all know that money motivates people, and sometimes there’s no stopping someone from leaving your company and moving elsewhere.
Fortunately, there are lots of great people out there who are looking for something more than a bigger paycheck.
If you’re having problems retaining your best team members, watch this two minute video to learn four key tactics you can use that will make them say, “I’ll stay!”
If you can’t see the video, click here to watch on YouTube ==>> How To Keep Your Best Employees From Quitting
Have you had problems keeping your team on board? Does your company feel like a revolving door? Share your issue in the comments below and I’ll do my best to help you figure out a solution.
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