An employer’s ability to retain employees is no longer an aspect of being a “good” place to work. Top performers are literally a LinkedIn message away from being snatched from the team you’ve worked so hard to build. Of course, it’s only natural for employees to grow. People’s needs and wants for their days spent at work change — more so in our “quitting economy”. And the sad truth is, employees aren’t staying in positions for decades. If your organization shares this struggle, it’s time to re-evaluate your retention strategy.