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This is an article written by B Holland in New Zealand Management October 2005.
Hot-wired from ages past to work collectively, many of today's employees have a growing sense of separation and fragmentation. It's time to change.
It hurts wben good people leave an organisation. It's not just a question of the replacement and retraining costs but also of all tbe experience that leaves with the individual.
While employee retention is an important problem for many organisations, it is not nearly as significant as tbe hidden costs of good people who have 'left' but haven't left. In other words, those people who are still on the payroll but whose minds, hearts and souls are elsewhere.
To find out why and what we can do about it, read Tribal Managers - why people leave.