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…So I’ve been thinking a lot about this lately:

People leave their companies for lots of reasons. Money, lack of clearly defined opportunities, uncertainty about the future…

…But it’s a gradual process in most cases, right? Apathy, resentment, and disillusionment are cultivated over time. Which means there is a tipping point between that initial frustration and the moment an employee mentally leaves their organization.

As HR professionals, when we see the signs that an employee is not engaged how do we know if it’s too late to bring them back into the fold or not?

Does it even matter? Isn’t it always our job to try?

Or maybe… it’s sometimes in the best interests of all parties involved to move on.

As always, please share your thoughts in the comments section below.