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Employee Rotation as a Retention Strategy - September 25th, 2010

Employee Rotation as a Retention Strategy

Employee rotation is also a very reliable technique for improving retention. Employees who feel stagnant in their job will passively search for a new job. Many recruiters target 'passive job seekers' because they have fresh competitive knowledge.


By encouraging rotation, you are promoting personal growth and substantially reducing the chance that an employee will become a 'passive job seeker.' Employee rotation improves morale, increases your employees' effectiveness, saves your company's recruiting dollars, and helps to keep your employees away from your competition.
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Re: Employee Rotation as a Retention Strategy - March 17th, 2016

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Employee Rotation as a Retention Strategy

Employee rotation is also a very reliable technique for improving retention. Employees who feel stagnant in their job will passively search for a new job. Many recruiters target 'passive job seekers' because they have fresh competitive knowledge.


By encouraging rotation, you are promoting personal growth and substantially reducing the chance that an employee will become a 'passive job seeker.' Employee rotation improves morale, increases your employees' effectiveness, saves your company's recruiting dollars, and helps to keep your employees away from your competition.
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