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Want to keep employees happy Offer learning and development

Published Fri Apr 01 2005

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The article focuses on employee retention. According to a survey by Career Systems International, pay is not the leading consideration that keeps people in their current job. Even the much-vaunted notions of recognition and respect fall lower on the list of Top 20 Retention Drivers. Almost half of the 7,600-plus respondents in the seventh edition of the survey, claim that exciting work and challenge top the list of reasons for staying at a job. Second on the list of Top 20 Retention Drivers, is career growth, learning, and development. Working with great people came in at number three on the list at 41.8 percent. Despite what the job market may be doing, employees are looking for job growth and learning opportunities, or they are looking for a new job.

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