Okay, it’s time to be real and talk about one of the inevitable struggles of business: employee turnover. It’s going to happen, and it’s going to be difficult, but if you’re a man (or woman) with a plan, you can overcome it and emerge from it even stronger as a company.

This week on Hard Facts, I’m talking about two tips to handle employee turnover and support your existing team in the process.

Learn More

WATCH NEXT

‘Why Am I Seeing This Ad’ Facebook Feature Update

‘Why Am I Seeing This Ad’ Facebook Feature Update

Have you ever seen an ad on your Facebook...

Amazon Advertising – Top Takeaways from 2018, Updates for 2019

Amazon Advertising – Top Takeaways from 2018, Updates for 2019

Good marketers need to be on the lookout for...

Chatbots: How they work & why you need them

Chatbots: How they work & why you need them

We live in a world of instant gratification and...

How to Create a Successful Video Marketing Strategy in 2019

How to Create a Successful Video Marketing Strategy in 2019

Wondering how to start 2019 out on the best...

Latest Alexa Update & How It Effects Your Email Marketing

Latest Alexa Update & How It Effects Your Email Marketing

Google is adding some additional skills and tools to...

The Importance of Online Reviews – 5 Tools for Online Reputation Management

The Importance of Online Reviews – 5 Tools for Online Reputation Management

Did you know 88% of all consumers research before...

WEBINARS – Best Softwares & Strategies

WEBINARS – Best Softwares & Strategies

Stop sprinting to create content to stay relevant– grow...

How to Build a PR Strategy to Grow Your Business – 3 TOOLS!

How to Build a PR Strategy to Grow Your Business – 3 TOOLS!

The time for modesty has long since passed and...

How to Earn More Leads With Google My Business & Facebook Offers

How to Earn More Leads With Google My Business & Facebook Offers

Earn More Leads With Google My Business & Facebook...

How to Decrease Your Cost Per Lead

How to Decrease Your Cost Per Lead

While there are many metrics you should keep in...