You never get a second chance to make a first & last impression
Many organizations fear that their employees will leave them. It’ll mean losing a great deal of investment, since they’ve recruited and trained the people they’ve brought into their business. What happens to all the knowledge and experience those people will have acquired?
Research indicates that there’s no need to be too concerned about people leaving an organization after a short while. It turns out that people who switch jobs often will have a lot of knowledge to share about competitors, are quick to learn new things and network, and are high performing professionals. After three years in the same position, there’s hardly anything left for people to learn. And let’s not forget that we’re all one-time-only innovators.