How to Tell if an Employee Is Looking for a New Job

The golden days of staying with a company for 30 years to get a shiny gold watch upon retirement are long gone. Employees are job hopping more than ever. People are learning it is easier to find a job when you have a job. Studies have shown 75% of the demand for new employees is to replace workers that have resigned. Here are some signs an employee is looking for another job.

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Hiring an employee who is reliable and responsible is the key to a company's success. But nowadays appointment of a new employee is no more a simple affair. There was a time when you just need to spot the right person and a quick reference check with the previous employer was enough to verify the credentials of the prospective employee. Nowadays, such a hiring policy may cost your business dearly.
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