It Doesn't Have to be so Bad When People Leave...if You're Prepared.
BY JENNIFER A. MURNANE, PH.D.
Posted: October 21, 2010
Most organizations strive to keep productive employees as long as possible. But, what if your organization's overarching philosophy was to ensure innovation by limiting employee tenure? This is exactly the case in the Peace Corps, where employees must leave the organization after five years. Learn what the Peace Corps has done to overcome this self-imposed mandate and ensure its employees' tacit knowledge stays within the organization.
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Jennifer A. Murnane, Ph.D.
Research Partner, Bellevue University's Human Capital Lab
Research By Jennifer A. Murnane, Ph.D.:
"Metri-Literacy": Becoming an Informed Consumer of HR Metrics, Diagnostics, and Analysis Tools
Value, Cultivate, and Share Tacit Knowledge
The Impact of Tuition Reimbursement on Career Mobility and Retention
Resources on this topic:
Advancing Performance: Using the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® for Targeted Results
Identifying and Developing High Potential Employees
Employer Value from Investing in Call Center Workforce Education