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Business relationship concept with hands shaking By proactively taking the time to understand how to create a more positive work experience for their teams, managers reduce the chances of employees feeling compelled to quit.(Image: Shutterstock)

Reading the news these days, it seems there are endless headlines decrying The Great Resignation. While it’s true workers across industries are leaving their jobs in unprecedented numbers, I believe it’s more constructive to consider this moment as The Great Migration. That’s because, with some exceptions, these workers are going to other companies, not leaving the world of work altogether. That distinction is important, as it signals to organizations that they still have a chance at retaining their talent.

So how can employers keep employees from migrating to another company?

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