Employee turnover is a neverending issue for companies. Besides being costly, it is mentally exhausting for managers and other team members who feel the strain of a sometimes constantly revolving door of newbies. The toll of training, slower work production, and hand-holding gets old quick. Why has turnover become such a constant issue? Studies seem to suggest a large contributing factor may be the lack of continued learning and development. Employees don’t want to feel stagnant. If they don’t feel that their company cares to invest in them, they will find somewhere else that will. As usual, it comes back to valuing people and communicating that message regularly. Check out the stats and see how you can work to keep your employees happy and productive through continued learning and development.

Learning & Development: The Changing Landscape Infographic

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