PHASE 2: Making a Commitment and Keeping the Relationship Strong
While it’s true that baby boomers tend to stay at the same job for the entirety of their career and millennials are prone to job hopping, ultimately everyone is looking for the same thing: a great fit. But, in a marriage or long-term relationship, both parties must work hard to meet the needs of the other to keep the bond strong. It’s the same within the working world.
Read our tips to learn how employers can keep their workers engaged, and how employees can do their part in creating a positive experience:
PHASE 3: Path #1: Renewing the Spark (Retain) VS.
Path #2: Going Separate Ways (Turnover)
In working relationships, and there are various ways both employers and employees can “renew the spark.” Worst case scenario is facing a break up, but if you’ve exhausted all means of reparations it might be the right move.
Read on for tactics you can use to get a working relationship back on track, and how to determine if it’s time to part ways.