The Importance of Preserving Conversations During Great Resignation

The Great Resignation of 2020 has brought to light the importance of preserving business conversations.

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9/1/2022 1 min read

The Importance of Preserving Conversations During Great Resignation

Recent events have underscored the importance of preserving business conversations. In particular, the Great Resignation of 2020 has led many organizations to re-evaluate their policies and procedures around communication preservation and access. When an employee leaves a company, it's important to ensure all their conversations and communications are identified, preserved, and protected from unauthorized access. This can be done through various methods, but it's important to have a plan in place to ensure that nothing is lost.

There are a few reasons why it's important to preserve employee communications. First, there may be legal implications if certain conversations are not properly preserved. Second, if an employee leaves suddenly, important information may be lost if their conversations are not preserved. Finally, it's simply good business practice to keep track of all employee communications in case they need to be reviewed. There are several ways to preserve business conversations, including audio and video recordings, chat logs, and email archives. The most important thing is to ensure that all relevant conversations are captured and stored in a secure, accessible location.

In the face of great resignation, it is essential that conversations are preserved, identified, and protected from unauthorized access. Doing so will help to ensure that the conversation remains confidential and that the company's goals and objectives are met. IT directors, CIOs, and HR should work together to create a plan for preserving, identifying, and protecting conversations.