A new report from Culture Amp finds that companies where managers have regular one-on-one meetings with their employees had lower rates of attrition and higher rates of employee satisfaction with their managers and their opportunities for advancement. (Culture Amp collected data from more than 2,000 companies who used their one-on-one tool to arrange meetings from 2017-2023.)
The report found that employees who had one-on-ones at least once every two weeks were 28% less likely to leave the company than those who did not. Even inconsistent one-on-ones were useful in preventing attrition, the study found. Employees who had irregular meetings with their managers were still 12% less likely to leave the company than those who had no check-ins at all.
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