Understanding your staff
The biggest problem IT managers face is the level of movement in IT staff. John Irving says to keep your staff, you need to recognise the type of staff you have and follow their strengths
All IT directors face a number of problems. These range from network server crashes to “we have spent all this money but still too few lawyers are using the system”. Most recently, the biggest gripe has been the issue of staff retention. There are any number of answers to this problem. However, there are a few main guidelines that can give you a pointer as to whether your staff want to stay with the firm.
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