Why Are Your Key Employees Quitting and How Can You Help Stop the Mass Exit?

Why are your top employees quitting?

A variety of reasons that you should pay attention to.

  1. Lack of growth opportunities:
    • A study by Deloitte found that 57% of millennials rated “professional or career growth and development opportunities” as the most important factor in a job.
  2. Poor management or workplace culture:
    • A survey by Gallup found that 50% of employees who quit their job cited “management” as the reason for leaving, while 46% cited “lack of fit with company culture.”
  3. Low pay or inadequate benefits:
    • A survey by the Society for Human Resource Management found that “compensation and benefits” was the most frequently cited reason for leaving a job.
  4. Better job offers from other companies:
    • A study by Robert Half found that nearly one in five employees (18%) have left a job for a better offer elsewhere.
  5. Work-life balance issues:
    • A survey by the Workforce Institute found that 60% of employees said they would leave their job for one that offered better work-life balance.

These studies highlight the importance of addressing these factors for retaining employees and creating a positive workplace environment. Learn more about how to do that HERE.

Interview With Ph.D. and UC Berkeley Science Director of The Greater Good Science Center

Have you ever wondered if there were actual science and research that support happiness at work?

You don’t have to wonder anymore.

In this interview with Ph.D., Emiliana Simon-Thomas, Science Director of UC Berkeley’s Greater Good Science Center, you will have many of your questions answered as to why we feel how we feel. What motivates us and how the brain can be our best friend or worst enemy.

Join me in this eye-opening and inspiring interview that provides you with specific actions and strategies that you can implement as soon as today.

www.misogiradio.com (scroll down to Emiliana’s interview).

What Happens When Companies Invest In Work Happiness?

Science-based research studies have proven that when employees are happy at work, the benefits to companies are monumental.  Saved replacement and onboarding costs, no revenue generating gaps and overall improved morale.

On a more granular scale, companies also experience…

  • Less time off from employees (aka. Sick days)
  • Self-esteem is  higher and stress is lower
  • More smiling around the office
  • A sense of feeling that they matter and they are heard
  • More motivated and inspired
  • Creativity blossoms
  • You attract better talent to join your company
  • Everyone works harder because work isn’t hard – it’s fun
  • Your customers feel the benefits too; they know you are a good company with people who love to work for you

Work Happiness is not fluff. It is a bottom line necessity.

Check out one of our workshops today and start building a happier workplace.