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You are trying to fill a bucket with holes in the bottom..
Who created the holes? You did.
You have directors of manpower. Before there were directors of personnel. Before that there were personnel officers.
Before that.....and you have all forgotten -( or may be it was before you were born? ) there were establishment officers. And before that, if you want to know, there was simple man management.
Decent employers keep the loyalty of their staff. And attract more staff. Bad employers lose staff and are shunned.
Please plug the holes in the bucket. Thank you.
And embarrassing to hear it might be. But do you the seniors ( I mean the consultants ) treat the juniors in a fatherly fashion? As was the case in my younger days.