Long job tenure doesn’t mean better performance (Guest Commentary)

Research findings highlight importance of job design, performance management, rewards

Most organizations want to optimize employee performance and productivity. But does that mean you should encourage employees to stay in the same job longer — or have them change jobs more frequently?

Perhaps contrary to conventional wisdom, a recent academic study on the relationship between job tenure and job performance found no meaningful correlation between the two.

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