These tips were published by Recruiter.com.
Involve employees in key decisions
You should not make decisions about any employees without their being able to have a say in the process. This applies even more to key employees whom you do not want to lose. If the employees concerned are interested, you should involve them in decision-making processes, especially if the given decision directly concerns them.
Give key employees more power
Frustration caused by micromanagement and little maneuvering space has a negative impact on the satisfaction of all employees. It is an even bigger problem when it comes to tech employees as these people often receive offers from other employers. So if they feel they do not have sufficient power or are not able to work independently, they will tend even more to think about leaving.
Remember to educate and develop employees
Employee development should not just be a theory but genuine practice, which ought to be a priority of the employer. Educate your tech employees and discuss with them what training or coaching they would like to participate in.
Offer employees flexibility
In recent years, flexibility has become a norm. Offer employees the greatest possible flexibility (flexible working hours or remote working) and you will significantly increase their satisfaction.