Turnover is a fact of life in the business world. No matter how much work you put into engaging and retaining your employees, the fact is that some of them are going to leave. You’ll never have a turnover rate of zero.

But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t do everything you can to convince your top workers that they should stick around. In fact, it becomes doubly urgent that you do this when your best employees start dropping hints that they’re about to jump ship.

It may seem like employees resign out of the blue, but in reality, they drop a lot of subtle and unconscious hints in the ramp up to their departure. A new infographic from Cascade HR outlines eight of such hints and offers advice to help employers intervene before top talent walks out the door. Check it out below:

Warning Signs

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