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  1. It’s useful to see what employees see as an engaging. Companies need to understand the needs of their employees to retain them. Otherwise, they will be seeking for new talents who will eventually leave the company at some point.

  2. I really liked the way you talked about employee engagement here. I’d assume that trying to keep the top talent is something that takes a lot of work, but if you can create a culture of keeping people engaged seems like it’s the best way to encourage retention. If the people like what they’re doing and feel like it’s making a difference, they’re going to stick around. Thanks for sharing!

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