Leaving job prematurely due to managers
People may tell you that they are leaving for all manner of reasons. The truth is that if they're leaving prematurely, they're usually doing so due to their managers....
A recent Gallup poll of more one million employed U.S. workers concluded that the number one reason people quit their jobs is a bad boss or immediate supervisor.
Some 75 percent of workers who voluntarily left their jobs did so because of their bosses and not the position itself.
And we’ve seen that too.
A staggering 70 percent confirmed this, and said so, from a poll we put to 500 candidates in the MENA and APAC region
Other findings from our survey were that only one in four employees asked felt the employer helped them grow "very well."
Around 77 percent of employees feel "on their own" to develop their careers at the company.
A lack of career growth was also flagged as one of the biggest reasons workers leave their jobs, followed by low pay.
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