The employee on the verge of leaving?

Recommendations for action in practice

Successful companies are absolutely dependent on qualified and motivated employees. In times of skilled labor shortage and frequent headhunting to competing companies, these are not just inexpressive kind words but substantial problems of entrepreneurs and human resource managers. Therefore, it is all the more important that the present employees of a company will remain and continue to contribute their experiences and their knowledge.

Joachim Schönberger will demonstrate what responsible managers can do in concrete terms, using practical examples from his everyday work as human resource...

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