Analysis, conducted by P&MM, a performance improvement agency has found that employers can expect to gain nearly four years length of service when the good work undertaken by an individual employee has been recognised by their manager or a colleague.
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UK employees are leaving their jobs because they are denied information about their organisation in the workplace, according to new research released today by KPI dashboard specialist, Geckoboard.
Staff turnover could be set to increase as half of UK workers (47%) say they would like to change their job, according to new research from the London School of Business and Finance.
Lack of future career opportunity and a lack of recognition have emerged the top two reasons British workers leave their jobs, according to new research by best practice insight and technology company CEB. Lack of career opportunity was cited by over half of UK respondents (50.2 percent) as a key reason for finding employment…
Employee turnover is a necessary evil in all workplaces. Gone are the days of staff dedicating their entire lifetime to one organisation and feeling bound by a loyal relationship with the company. A number of factors combine to convince staff to move on to pastures new but for those struggling to engage and retain employees…
Half of managers believe that candidates are most attracted by wages, yet the main reason for staff moving on is career progression.