Tip: Use “live interviews” to retain talent

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Keeping hold of your star writers or your budding talent is one of the great challenges facing the media industry – especially after the “Great Resignation”.

“Retention talks” are a two-way conversation between managers and employees to prevent staff from leaving or, if they are determined to leave, to understand their reasons for leaving. Both outcomes are good for your business.

A newsletter by Mail, The “Modern Business” publication for rule breakers, go-getters, and savvy entrepreneurs, covers everything you need to know about stay interviews, how they work, and some tips for doing them right.

“For this to work, a culture of trust and transparency must already be present. Employees must feel psychologically safe – and there can’t be a great distance between management and the rest of the team,” the article said.

“Residency interviews should be part of an ongoing dialogue with individuals, through things like face-to-face and employee satisfaction surveys. »

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