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Why Do Good Employees Leave?

27th March 2015 Posted in Blog, Company, Management 1 Comment


There are so many reasons why good employees leave a company. Maybe they’re no longer happy with the company or its management, they have a good offer from another company or maybe it’s due to a health issue, location or salary.

In her article on LinkedIn, Here’s Why Good Employees Quit, Mary V. Davids explains the top four reasons why good employees leave the workplace such as;

  1. Poor reward system
  2. Management
  3. Hiring/promotions
  4. Too much work

Besides looking at those reasons in more detail, she offers suggestions on the best thing to do to get good employees to stay by simply recognizing and rewarding them for the good jobs they do.

Read Here’s Why Good Employees Quit and then leave a comment here with your thoughts. What other reasons do you feel belong on the list? How do you keep good employees from leaving the company?

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One Comment

  1. By cinthyon 18th, May 2015 at 12:42 am

    Good employees usually are faithful down to the bottom of all the mumbojumbo. It is my opinion, based of ,my experiance, the they leave because of the overabundance of , not “thank you’s” but “can you’s.” One person can only do so much. especially without proper compensation of gratitude, and pay, but also loss of their personal time from there own lives.

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