A few months after you hire a data scientist or engineer for your team, they come to you and give you their two-week notice. They tell you that they received a better offer from a more prominent company. You accept the notice and wonder why this happened.
Statistics on data scientists retention show that data wranglers, business analysts, and report developers stay at their current jobs for one to two years. These professionals receive messages from external recruiters about new job opportunities once a week. You can better the odds of these folks sticking around if you tweak your management style a little. Here are some ideas you can employ.