Every company looks for talented, dedicated employees. When it comes to a service business, the employees are absolutely critical to the company’s success.
Your best employee is the one who always seems to get the job done no matter what. She is the “go-to” employee who often wears multiple hats in the company, and typically does much more than her “fair share” of the job.
A lot of managers say their employees are important to them, and then they fail to show that their employees are important.
They shouldn’t be surprised when she comes up and gives them her 2-week notice.
There are reasons why your best employees seem to be the ones who move on, and most of them have nothing to do with salary or benefits – you can make them the highest paid employees in the company, and if you are doing the things in this post, they will still leave you.
The bad news it that this happens far more often than it should.
The good news is that it is almost always preventable.
Here are 5 guaranteed ways to get your best employee to quit: