Handling disengaged employees who are ‘shelter in job’

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When a storm’s bearing down on an area and it’s unsafe or unfeasible to evacuate, we’ve all heard meteorologists and government officials advise residents to shelter in place until the danger passes.

Sheltering in job is a similar idea – employees hunker down and stay put in a job, even if they’re unhappy and don’t want to, because of unfavorable conditions around them and fears of adverse impacts if they make a wrong move.

This is an increasingly common type of employee retention problem. Sure, employees who are sheltering in job are still with your company, but they’re disengaged,

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