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To help keep your employees happy and on staff for longer, do semi-annual “stay interviews,” Beverly Kaye, co-author of Hello Stay Interviews, Goodbye Talent Loss, tells Canadian Business.

A stay interview is a semi-annual check in that gives bosses a chance to check in with their workers and address minor problems before they become resignation-worthy issues.

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Kaye recommends asking: What about your job makes you jump out of bed in the morning? What makes you hit the snooze button? And, what do you want to learn this year?

For why these questions are effective, read more here.

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