The #1 reason people leave a job might surprise you

first_imgDo you know the number one reason employees leave a job? It isn’t because of their title, salary or workload. They leave because of their managers.Surprised? You shouldn’t be. It makes sense, and we have the research to prove it.Multiple surveys have confirmed a manager can make or break an employee’s experience. A study by employee engagement firm TinyPulse identified various behaviors impact retention, such as micromanagement and a lack of opportunities for development. Gallup found “at least 75 percent of the reasons for voluntary turnover can be influenced by managers.”Compensation, culture, colleagues, and balance all play a role—but the crux is the person who holds the role of supervisor.When Good Intentions Lead to Bad ManagementBad managers aren’t uncommon; most people have survived at least one. But bad managers aren’t bad people; more often than not, they just don’t have the skills they need to be effective or to recognize warning signs. Consider this: continue reading » 5SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img

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