A fourth of quitting employees do so because of lack of support from the supervisor and non interesting job responsibilitites

Ever wonder why your employees really quit? A study of nearly 20,000 job quitters reveals some rather intriguing facts.
According to the study, here are the top 10 reasons employees quit:
  1. Limited career opportunities (16 percent)
  2. Lack of respect/support from supervisor (13 percent)
  3. Money (12 percent)
  4. Lack of interesting/challenging job duties (11 percent)
  5. Lack of leadership from supervisor (9 percent)
  6. Bad work hours (6 percent)
  7. Unavoidable reasons (5 percent)
  8. Bad employee relations by supervisor (4 percent)
  9. Favoritism by supervisor (4 percent)
  10. Lack of recognition for contributions (4 percent)
http://www.tlnt.com/2012/06/21/the-top-10-reasons-your-employees-really-quit/

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