As unemployment rises and the economic situation at shake you would not believe it that your employees still has the guts to quit their jobs. This could be all your fault or they just had enough of their boring jobs. Either way, this could be your source of re-packaging your appeal and relationship to your employees and job hunters.
Check their compensation. Are your employees happy with the digits they are receiving? The fact remains that if a person is paid well then he/she wouldn’t think of anything else but to stick around.
After the money let’s dwell into the relational factors. If you are the owner of the company check if your subordinates have a good working relationship with one another. According to some studies, due to the lack of confidence to their bosses or good rapport with their managers is one of the reasons why people quit their jobs. This is also because it could affect their working environment and attitude towards their work.
Ask yourself, do I appreciate my employee’s services? Appreciate in a perspective valuing. We often think that money could do but humans are of feelings and valuing therefore as an employer you must appreciate things. You could pat them at the back for the least but I’m pretty sure it will go a long way.
Another reason could be that your employee just wants a new and greener environment. Most of the time, employees who are bored at work will try to find new opportunities and challenges with another company. This isn’t your fault. As an employer you must always be ready with circumstances like this. Ignite their flames by engaging them in new activities and new work.
There are a lot of other reasons why your employees just won’t stick with you. Try assessing your company’s goals, objectives and status. This could save you time and money. Remember that it is much better to upskill employees rather than hiring for a replacement.