25% of employees are at risk of leaving their job this month due to unhappiness at work.
Not taking into consideration the financial, labor, and time resources required to replace a single employee, what would it cost to lose 1/4th of your workforce right now?
How quickly could you replace them?
More importantly: How quickly could you replace their unique knowledge and skills?
Probably not before the next 25% walked out the door.
Sure, this is all a bit hyperbolic. That 25% is spread across companies and industries but it drives the point home.
Replacing even one employee isn’t cheap, quick, or easy. To rephrase my previous question: How many employees can you afford to lose per month?
No worries. Process Street has you covered. This post will go over everything you need to know (plus a few free templates) to keep those flight-risk employees grounded:
- What creates flight-risk employees?
- How to identify an at-risk employee
- 5 ways to keep flight-risk employees on board
- Parting is such sweet sorrow