Posted: September 16, 2015 by Jo Rogers
Unfortunately it is inevitable that people will leave your company at some point. It doesn’t necessarily mean they are unhappy, it could be a change in personal circumstances, wanting to live in a new area, or just a change in career… But there are, of course, those that leave because of being unsatisfied with their current position, unhappy in the workplace, money etc
But what is a healthy and unhealthy employee turnover?
BambooHR wanted to find out what’s driving employees away from companies and keeping current employees disengaged at work.
This survey is based on 1,000 employees within the U.S but we’re sure the same applies for the UK as well.
They were asked about what annoys them at work, what decreases their productivity and what is the breaking point that would make them leave.
The below infographic will provide you the top five deal-breakers broken down by age and gender, why people leave, what annoys them and more.
Take note of the below if you have employees and try to ensure that all your employees are listened too and their concerns taken seriously… people leaving a company can also have a ripple effect, especially if other employees don’t feel like their thoughts, opinions and issues are taken seriously.