Many manufacturing companies are looking for ways to retain their top talent during this labor shortage. How do they do it?
Industry Week said, "Companies should assign rockstars a senior executive as a mentor. In addition to seeking out new opportunities for them, mentors should provide career coaching and act as a sounding board for difficult situations."
Also, make their career path fit them. Don't just put them on the track you want them on, find out their goals and aspirations! If they feel they are working toward them, they are definitely more likely to stick around.
Here, faculty at Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management offer advice on how to nurture superstars and rid your company of “toxic” workers.A top 1 percent superstar—a very rare high performer—brings an extra $5,300 in value by doing more work than an average employee does.Read More