Building a Strong Company Culture (And Minimizing Turnover)

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Some amount of employee churn is normal. In fact, about 50% of people recruited into an organization leave within the first two years. It’s just the natural ebb and flow of a human resources department. Whatever the cause, it’s important to look at some ways you can take charge of the situation and turn things around. Let’s talk company culture.

Communication is Key!

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Internal communication is the bloodline of any organization and having an effective system in place will help to ensure that all members of the team are working collaboratively towards a common goal. This will lead to a cohesive culture that empowers employees to act and make decisions in line with the organization’s overall objectives.