“My job can be so exciting. I get to work with some of the brightest minds and most accomplished luminaries in technology, politics, and business. I am consistently humbled and feel lucky for the opportunities I get.”
—Christopher Saccca, former head of special initiatives, Google, Inc.1
Not all of us can have the work environment of a Google—a firm that consistently makes the Fortune 100 Best Places to Work list, but, no matter what business you are in or how large or small your organization is, you can take action to retain your valued employees. It takes some effort, but the payoff is potentially huge!
The cost impact of losing good employees can be high, and in more than just dollars. Consider the impact ...