Attrition | Key indications that your top employee may quit

Key indications that your top employee may quit

Every company is aware of who its top performers are. It may be a salesperson who carries the rest of his team, a copywriter that goes above and beyond to deliver quality work or a manager that elicits dedication and confidence from their team.

It is also true that when such employees quit, they leave a big and devastating hole in your business. You may lose clients, productivity may take a dive and experience levels drop – especially if they were an authority that the rest of the office relied upon.

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