A retention plan is part of a set of HR practices that can help to create an excellent workplace. If your business has an exceptionally high staff turnover, you should consider implementing a retention plan to address this.
Before you can write your retention plan and figure out what could make staff stay, you must first figure out why they leave. So, start by holding exit interviews or staff surveys so that you can find out more about why people resign and the job satisfaction of your employees. Once you have this information, you can create a plan to fix the issues in your workplace.