Employee retention rates in the United States have become quite concerning in the workforce as a whole. This is not a problem that is being faced by one specific field or another but is instead one that is being dealt with across the board. After all, by the June of 2015 it had been found that more than two and a half million people have voluntarily left their jobs in search of new ones. In comparison to just two years prior, this marked a growth in such activity and behavior of as much as 25%, a full one quarter. In many cases, this activity has continued into our present day – and is likely to keep continuing if we do not take steps to better support our workers, no matter what field they might be working in.
Unfortunately, Millennials have all too often shouldered the blame for many of society’s woes. Sadly, this has become no exception to that unfortunate rule, with Millennials even earning the moniker of the “job hopping generation.” And while up to 60% of all employees falli