By Lee Rossini
Selecting, recruiting and onboarding a new employee takes time and resources. Once settled and integrated into the business, employees develop the skills required to carry out the work effectively, they become an important part of the team, they contribute positively to the corporate culture and their institutional memory is deepened. For these reasons, short-stay employees should be avoided. The question is how to motivate employees to stay over the long term especially when faced with some of the challenges in the financial advice arena? Motivation is a force that energises behavior, gives direction to behavior, underlies the tendency to persist, even in the face of one or more obstacles (Warnich, Carrell, Elbert and Hatfield, 2015).
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