How to Hang on to your Superstars

The cost of turnover is often way underestimated. The
obvious costs are hiring and training costs, but there is also lost opportunity,
morale, reputation, customer relationships, and other intangibles that are
harder to measure.

The cost of turnover is even higher when you lose a great
employee, one of those “A player” superstars. The results of the first one
focus on the output differential produced by top performers.

While top employees are hard to keep – they tend to
promoted, “pulled” into better opportunities, and may have higher expectations,
are 10 things that a smart manager can do
to minimize the chances of losing
their best employees for the wrong reasons.