Why Companies Lose Top Talent

by Mickey Matthews Apr 08, 2016
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Money, money money. This is what springs to mind when people hypothesize about the most common reason people leave their jobs. In fact, while cash may be king for companies, our research highlights that most people accept new jobs for content, career, and culture and they leave their supervisors, not their jobs.

This statistic was recently confirmed in the 2015 Gallup poll after a “survey of 7,200 adults found that about half had left a job at some point “to get away from their manager.’”1 This was by far the single most selected reason, managing supervisor-employee relations is paramount to achieving long-term, successful business objectives.

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