Employees feel overworked and underpromoted, and two in five of them are looking for new jobs.
A new study by Regus, which supplies office space and meeting rooms to businesses, is the latest to reveal that employees who plan to leave their companies say they feel a lack of communication from.
Other reports have confirmed that up to 25% of top performers are planning to jump ship, and Regus regional VP Sande Golgart said businesses are doing little to stop it.
“Business are not evaluating the necessary benefits for their staff [and] may face losing some of their best talent,” Golgart said.
Here are four things your employees might think they’ll find more of elsewhere:
Employees flourish in workplaces that reward them for their good ideas, noted Mike Ryan, senior VP of Madison Performance Group, a reward and recognition consulting firm that has released a white paper on the topic. Recognition can com...(register to read more)
- How to Fire an Employee the Legal Way: 6 Termination Guidelines
- 10 Secrets to an Effective Performance Review
- IT firm shows appreciation every day for a week
- Small Business Tax Deduction Strategies: Maximize Section 179 Write-offs
- 47 hours: That's the average American workweek
- Whistle-Blowers protected if they reasonably believe violation occurred