Employee turnover is expensive at any business. For startups, the costs can be especially high: when your team is small, even one person leaving can upset the balance. If that person hasn’t documented everything they do, the impact is even bigger. And when you’re forced to spend your time interviewing, debating over candidates, and eventually onboarding, you put time-sensitive goals at risk.
The good news is that you can reduce turnover by making sure you’re not guilty of any of these four known retention-killers.