By Max Lytvyn, Grammarly
The most valuable employees are those who emotionally invest themselves in the mission and culture of your organization. In order to retain your best workers you must hire candidates who resonate with the values of your company. Managers often simplify employee retention strategy by focusing on perks and rewards. But the most effective retention strategies start in the hiring process, not when employees already have one foot out the door.
When employees believe in the direction your company is going and the services it offers, they invest their time and energy into making the company great.
As co-founder and head of product strategy for Grammarly, Max Lytvyn drives the future direction and technical integration of Grammarly’s product portfolio.