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Importance of Organization's Investment in Its Employees

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" An organization that does not invest in its employees may be less attractive to prospective employees and may have a more difficult time retaining current employees".

Can you explain the significance of this statement? What does it mean? What are some examples of what types of investments employers need to make to be willing to make in order to remain competitive and attractive and retain the best employees?

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Employees want to work where they feel appreciated and a part of the operation. The more connection and energy an organization can develop, the more interested employees are go to work and increase their longevity. People want to feel a part of the decision-making and be surrounded by a positive atmosphere. If the work is sterile, uninteresting, or perceived as uncaring potential employees ...

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This solution explains the significances of taking care of employees to be more attractive to prospective employees and retain current employees.

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