Not All Employee Turnover is “Bad Turnover”

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We’ve all heard the adage, “people don’t leave jobs or companies; they leave bosses.” And, up until the past year or two, I’ve generally subscribed to this argument. According to Gallup, the manager alone accounts for 70% of the variance in employee…

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