Resignations can be hard for any business, given that people are the best assets of any company. Here's how you can take care of your employees so that they stay.

According to survey results from Monster Survey, about 96% of employees are looking for a new job. And although the reasons may vary from one person to another, the most common reasons why employees leave their companies include looking for higher pay, new opportunities, or a better work-life balance.

The large influx of resignations in 2022 led to the monicker “The Great Resignation,” as about 50.5 million people quit their jobs. This was a big deal in the business landscape, which alarmed many employers, especially since employees are considered the best assets of any company

In fact, this mass exodus also made an impact on the Philippines. A survey showed that around 74% of professionals consider resigning but 38% decided not to. This means that it’s important for businesses and business owners such as yourself to exert their best efforts to make their employees—including their best ones—stay.

That being said, here's how you can take care of your employees in order to retain them in your workforce.

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