10 REASON Employee Resign

Why employees want to tender to resign from your company?
There is 10 reason that will cause an employee to resign.

Employees Feel Underappreciated

Those who leave for this reason aren’t looking for a pat on the back everytime they show up for work on time or finish a task.

They need to be reminded from time to time their contributions are valuable to the team.

 

Lack of Proper Compensation

This is the common reason for resignation. It is no secret that companies that are the most generous in this arena are also some of most successful.

 

Insufficient Time Off

In an attempt to do more with less, some employers are saddling their employees with the additional workload.

Initially, this approach may result in a healthier bottom-line, but ultimately it will lead to lower production as worker begins to tire of the rigorous schedule forced on them.

 

Change In Management

Companies that fail to recognize that impact of this decision risk losing valuable personnel.

Taking time to speak with those most affected is of utmost importance for keeping morale up and transition smooth.

 

Outdated Machinery & Equipment

Whether it’s warehouse equipment or office phone system, tools make life more difficult for those that use them play major role in employee running for exit.

Replacing workers proven more expensive than replacing tools over the long run.

 

Unrealistic Goal 

Setting goal and quota is important for maintaining the production level and achieving max results.

Constantly moving the “carrot” without regard for what it takes to reach it will usually wind up in a breakdown in morale and desire.

The employee who consistently put to test in this manner will eventually decide it is simply not worth it.

 

The Need To Be Challenged

When working adults get bored with their jobs, their minds wander and they start seeking a more challenging position.

Keeping a bright employee challenged with a rewarding task is the best way to keep a bright employee.

 

Lack of Joyful Environment 

Look around your place of business. Do you employee seems happy to be there?

If not, why not? Workplace needn’t be all drudgery and those that are, have bigger problems than the frowns that everyone is waring.

It doesn’t mean need to be a constant party atmosphere. But at least be pleasant.

 

Lack of a Clear Pathway to Success

Many times an employee will become frustrated with the inability or unwillingness of management to provide them with a working model for success with the firm.

This is another common reason for resignation. Most people will head in another direction if they get lost along the way.

Good and attentive management will take the time to nurture those with an eye on the future and see their value from a long-range perspective.