What’s the Relationship Between Learning and Retention?

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It’s become almost an expectation that employees will leave a company in just a few short years after a new hire. Younger generations are seen as rapid job changers, eager to learn what they can from each new career experience before moving on. One study conducted by Robert Half indicated that 75 percent of employees aged 18 to 34 view job hopping as beneficial to their careers. This as compared to the 59 percent of employees aged 35 to 54, and 51 percent of those 55 or older who believe finding new jobs helps their career growth. With employee mindsets about tenure

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