Why Most People Quit Their Jobs—And Why It’s Avoidable (Fast Company)

According to Gallup’s State of the American Workplace report, 51 percent of the workforce are actively searching for new jobs. Much employee dissatisfaction evidently comes down to problems with a manager’s communication.

Often, leaders are unable to make employees feel enthusiastic about their futures or recognize their accomplishments. Bosses even fail to communicate benefits such as health insurance or paid time off. The lesson? Employees quit the boss, not the company.  Read more.

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