While winning with big clients can certainly lift revenue, consider that bigger may not always be better when it comes to engagement and long-term profitability.
Millenials have a reputation for being the job-hopping generation. If you are trying to retain millennials by tracking their "job satisfaction," you might be looking at the issue exactly backward. For millennials who want to learn and grow, satisfaction can soon lead to boredom and disengagement if they aren't challenged with new opportunities to develop. When this happens, they start looking for a new job -- and that nearly always means looking for a new organization. Here are some tips for keeping them on your payroll longer.
According to Gallup's 2017 State of the American Workplace report, 51% of currently employed adults in the U.S. say they are searching for new jobs or watching for new job opportunities. What's more, they are optimistic about their chances: 47% of workers say now is a good time to find a quality job.
* Help Your Stars Find Another Job With You
* Show Your Stars How They Can Grow With You, Not Outgrow You
* Onboard Your Stars Again
* Recognize Your Stars (Not Everyone)
* Start the Conversation With Your Stars