Not feeling valued by their employer and not feeling a sense of belonging were among the top reasons why employees quit their jobs last year. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Employers of frontline workers are experiencing high turnover rates — and many don’t understand why their employees are leaving.

Many organizations resorted to retention initiatives like signing or holiday bonuses and shorter workdays. Yet more than 34 million people in the U.S. still quit their jobs last year, indicating these quick fixes may not be enough to engage employees. To attract and retain talent, employers need to provide employees with what they really want — respect, support and flexibility.

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