Why people quit their jobs? For all those employers who have everything under control, you better start re-evaluating. Regardless of tenure, position, title, etc., employees who voluntarily leave, generally do so out of some type of perceived disconnect with leadership. There are many reasons why Why people quit their jobs; most are preventable. To understand When Performers Become non-performers, The 7 Reasons Why people quit their jobs identified for dissatisfaction with jobs

1. Facing Work /Life Imbalance: 

One of the Most relevant reasons why people quit their jobs. Due to the high demanding cultural shift nowadays Employees are demanded to do the job of 2 or more people. Earlier It mostly happened during downsizes or restructuring of a company which results in Longer hours & Weekend Work. but due to the boom of the Startup culture, it has become a common practice nowadays.

2. Freezing Of Raises & Promotions

Apart from having many strong PMS in place, still 70% people feel annual performance reviews are biased. The first impression it leaves with the employee is that My Boss…is not interested in my long time future. Why should they stay if they can find 15-25% more? We could have retained at least 15% if we had applied the basics of give and take.

3. Management Failing To Give People Voice

Talented people have good thoughts, ideas, insights, and observations. If you don’t listen to them, I can guarantee you someone else will.

4. Managers Failing To Lead & Lack Of People Skills

Its rightly said Business, Products, Projects & Teams – Don’t Fail BUT Leader’s Fail. Many managers were promoted because they did their first job well, but that doesn’t mean they know how to lead others. People skills can be learned and developed but it really helps if a manager has the natural ability to get along with people and motivate them

5. Feeling Undervalued

In business, recognizing employees is not simply a nice thing to do but an effective way to communicate your appreciation for their efforts and successes while also reinforcing those actions and behaviors that make a difference in your organization.

6. Management Failed To Keep Their Commitments

Promises made are worthless, but promises kept are invaluable. If you break trust with those you lead you will pay a very steep price. Leaders not accountable to their people will eventually be held accountable by their people.

7. The Job Was Not As Expected

All too often the job changes from the original description and what was promised during the interviewing stages. It becomes painfully clear to the new hire that their new company played the bait and switch game which ultimately leads to mistrust.

The analysis of employee’s feedback why they want to quit their Job:

  • > 30% believe they’ll be working someplace else inside of 12 months.
  • > 40% don’t respect the person they report to.
  • > 50% say they have different values than their employer.
  • > 60% don’t feel their career goals are aligned with the plans their employers have for them.
  • > 70% don’t feel appreciated or valued by their employer.

This Concludes most the time “Employees don’t quit their companies, and they quit their bosses”.

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