Regular Stay Interviews are very valuable, but some employers choose to focus additional attention on those employees most at risk of leaving. When evaluating turnover risk, here are Eight Signs Someone May Leave:
They start taking more time off, they’re using up medical/dental benefits.
They are taking long lunches, their schedule suddenly changes, 9-5 everyday, oddly comes in late, they leave as soon as their shift is over.
They show a drop off in any interest in work, their productivity drops, they’re uncomfortable discussing long-term projects and deadlines, less proactive or team oriented.
Stay under the communications radar, there’s a noted change in attitude, they lack a sense of humor, they approach conflict differently, there’s a change in their appearance, emails instead when calling is the expected norm.
They tell you about major changes on the home front, experiencing a major life event.
You have a bad gut feeling, you inquire about possible issues, but get little feedback, colleagues tell you they think something’s up.
They’re ultra-efficient, tying up loose ends, suddenly cleans their desk, they’re more active on LinkedIn, showing up oddly dressed more professional than normal.
Employees who comment that they are “overdue” for important things, top performer saying they feel underused, expresses a loss of hope for company or C-level.
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