Does your business have to "do more with less" due to cost savings and talent shortages? You're not alone. Times are tough and finding the right people that can take your company forward is vital.
But still, employees are deciding to quit. And replacing them is expensive.
Our report "Fighting Turnover: What matters the most for employees in 2023" uncovers the true reasons why employees choose to leave, and teach how you - as a manager and organisation - can prevent that from happening.
A relationship is nothing without trust. And the relationship between employers and employees is no different.
Lack of trust is the biggest reason why employees wave goodbye, followed by low job satisfaction and meaningfulness.
Managers think there's a much higher sense of participative decision-making in the workplace, scoring 12% higher than employees. The same goes for autonomy and personal development, two areas that employees rank much lower than managers.
While managers are more engaged, the differences in scores tell us that managers can do more to ensure everyone is provided the same opportunities as they are.
One organisation. Four generations. And several different wants and needs to cater to.