A recent article, 9 Things That Make Good Employees Quit by Dr. Travis Bradberry says managers tend to blame their employee turnover problems on everything, while disregarding the root of the matter: “People don’t leave jobs; they leave managers”.
Here are the reasons good employees leave your company.
1.Limited growth opportunity
God employees are zealous and creative, thus limiting their ability to expand because you’re at ease with the status quo, makes them bored and causes them to look for another job in plug and play offices that offers them career and professional advancement.
It’s very exhausting working from 9-5 every day in an individual office space with someone who doesn’t care about anything other than sales and profits.
3.Hire or promote the wrong people
When you thoughtlessly hire or promote the wrong people, it’s a major cause of frustration for good employees working along with them.
4.Increase workload without appropriate compensation
If you only increase the workload of your good employees without giving them appropriate compensation like promotions, title-changes or salary increase, they feel not valued and cause them to seek greener pastures.
Managers who don’t show their appreciation for a job well done are difficult to work with.
You seem to become unreliable and not trustworthy when you’re untrue to your promises, thus make your best employees quit.
You need to think carefully about how you treat your good employees if you want them to stay. Remember good employees have abundant options, so you need to make them want to stay and work for you. A well designed workspace is one of the most essential factors to make your good employees stay. YourOffice has come alongside hundreds of business looking for everything from staffed flexible offices to agile office space. We know your business is unique, and your office space shouldn’t be any different. Let us match the perfect space or service to fit your business needs.