Managers have many worries, most of which are connected to employees. One tried-and-true method of handling employees is to make sure that the beatings continue until morale improves, but occasionally trying something different.
In their book “Hello Stay Interviews, Goodbye Talent Loss,” Beverly Kaye and Sharon Jordan-Evans suggest the idea of the stay interview of keeping good people, not waiting until they leave to tell them how valued they are considered. Even so, managers have fears about such interviews and the authors try to assuage those fears. For example:
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