Do you have a problem with employee retention? Yes or no?
When talent is quitting faster than you can hire them, it’s pretty apparent you have a problem with retention. A major one at that.
When talent isn’t quitting, ever, you also have a problem with retention. While the talent may be very loyal, they might not be productive at all. That’s the downside to loyalty.
Retention, the principle, in itself doesn’t entirely cover the load. You want to aim for relevant retention.
Relevant retention means keeping talent engaged simply because engaged talent is more productive.
Talent engagement efforts should precede retention efforts.