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Leadership

4 tips to persuade talented people to stay Logo aicpa

  Jackie Hadland |   Free |   AICPA |   24 Oct 2016 |   CGMA Magazine

This article provides information on the value of "stay" interviews and provides pointers to keep these interviews on track so your organisation can retain valued employees.

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4 Comments/Reflections

Leona Kelly

Leona Kelly Oct 2020

Succinct article - Experience has taught us the value of these when we've seen them unfortunately lacking in many companies - as always sometimes the poor experiences teach us much
Gemma Good

Gemma Good Sep 2018

We have 1:1 meetings and Bi Monthly Company meetings (very much like the mentioned Stay interviews in this article). They are very productive and informative, making the company more proactive than reactive.


We also have annual Staff Survey which is Anonymous in-depth survey asking from what the company is good at and what it is bad out. Therefore allowing/enables staff that would not normally have the confidence to speak out have their say.  Means everyone is getting a chance
Gary Smith

Gary Smith Sep 2018

application of the age old saying - prevention is better than the cure!
Paul Brown

Paul Brown May 2018

Not sure about having a specific "stay interview" but I do have monthly 1:1 to ensure that individuals are happy with both work and position