Employers fail to recognise reasons for staff leaving

Scott, Anna
October 2005
People Management;10/13/2005, Vol. 11 Issue 20, p10
The article reports on the failure of employers to recognize the reasons behind the decision of workers to leave their jobs, according to the "Employee Attrition: Causes, Effects and Retention Strategies" report from Reed Consulting. The findings showed that 49 per cent of employees left their jobs because of a lack of opportunity for personal and career development. Managing director Laura Frith stressed the significance of adopting a consolidated approach to dealing with staff attrition.


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