Why do some people jump from job to job, while others spend years with the same company? A number of factors can affect the longevity of an employee: It’s in their DNA, they like what they do and it fits with their lifestyle – are all common similarities amongst long timers as Janine Popick outlines in her article “Why Employees Stay (and Why They Go)”.
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