High employee turnover has grown to characterize much of today's business landscape, spawning a rising consensus amongst American employers that the first 90 days of employment are crucial to securing long-term employee retention. In fact, 33% of surveyed American employees quit their jobs within these critical three months.

In a period marked by a tight labor market, high inflation, and economic volatility, employers will need to hone their retention strategies if they wish to hang on to top talent for long-term growth strategies.

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