They are the real capital of every company. Even in the age of advancing automation and digitization, every company needs people to lead it to success. In this context, the workforce – similar to a rope team on a mountain – is only as good as the weakest link in the chain. This is where Retention Management comes in. The art of employee retention is no longer an entirely new invention. However, it still does not seem to be popular or widespread. Yet employee retention would be of vital importance, especially for the companies themselves. After all, frustrated and demotivated employees can cause considerable economic damage to their employers. Internal resignation, for example, not only depresses self-motivation, it also reduces productivity and willingness to perform, has a negative impact on the working atmosphere and sooner or later ensures that sand gets into the gears of the entire company. According to…

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