How to keep your employees

To your surprise one of your top producers handed in their two week notice…..
Here are just a few reasons why employees leave
➼Lack of respect or trust and respect
One reason why good employees quit is that they don’t feel like they’re respected or trusted at work.
➼Low pay
Paying employees only the legal minimum, or below wages is another reason why good employees quit — and it could end up costing your business more in the long run.
Poor company culture
Company culture is not just another business buzzword, it’s a large contributor to how employees feel about their jobs overall.
➼Feeling overworked and underappreciated
Is another reason why good employees quit, they feel overworked and not appreciated for the workload.
➼Bad manager
Many good employees quit their jobs, in fact, because of their manager and notbecause of the job itself.
➼Disconnect with company values
If you have a business, you likely have a vision for it. The worst way to achieve that vision is by muddling it or by sacrificing overarching values for an end result.
➼Poor leadership
It’s not only important for your employees to have the right managers, but for them to have good leadership across the wider sphere of the company. Employees want to have faith in their leaders and see that they’re working hard to grow the company and foster a positive work environment.
No work-life balance
Although people may casually throw around the phrase “work-life balance,” it’s still a significant concept to consider within the context of your business.
➼No growth opportunities
Even in a small business, employees need the opportunity to grow. It’s hard for anyone to be stuck in the same place for a long period of time — and this is another key reason why good employees quit. If an employee has been doing the same job for years without any opportunity for growth and change.
➼Not having any fun at work.
Even when you’re dealing with serious challenges, it doesn’t mean you have to beserious all the time. Workplace can and should be fun.
Did you know, that 38% of employees would rather do unpleasant activities – like opt for more work or sit next to someone who eats noisily – than sit next to their micromanaging boss.
What are your strategies to retain your employees?

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