When employees leave a company, there is always an undercurrent of doubt that they might have stayed if they had a good manager. But plenty of well-liked managers lose employees too.
People leave for more money and/or a promotion most of the time, and less commonly due to a bad boss.
According to Ravi S. Gajendran, a professor of business administration at University of Illinois, an organization's former employees -- or "alumni" -- can potentially be important strategic assets in the future, provided they leave on good terms.
Published By: Science 2.0 - Wednesday, 27 January, 2016
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