Retention Questions To Ask Employees

Smart organizations regularly take the temperature of their employees as well as customers as part of their retention strategy. In Harvard Management Update, Paul Michelman offers the following examples (used currently by Charlotte, N.C.-based Quaero), in which employees are asked to rate their degree of agreement with the following statements:

  • I expect to remain working at Quaero for at least the next two years, assuming I continue to meet performance expectations.

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Excerpted from The 8020Info Water Cooler, Vol. 4, No. 1
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