When employers can't pinpoint true turnover drivers, issues go unresolved, and financial band-aids get slapped on the problem.

It's a candidate's market right now. Businesses like Amazon and Walmart are boosting pay more than ever to compete – especially for frontline supply chain labor. Most recently, Target announced its $300 million dollar plan to raise hourly wages to $24.

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