What's 1 Top Reason for Employees Quitting Their Jobs? Research Says It Comes Down to 2 Words  

28 August 2018:

I'm fascinated by the concept of working more human--the idea that, when you bring more humanity, love, and social connection to the employee experience, it adds immense value to business outcomes and the workplace culture.

A growing body of research seems to agree--even with the "love" part. But what exactly do we mean when we say "working more human?"

In their search for cool new perks like "bring your pet to work" and ideas around hip office design, most companies are ignoring one of the most easily executed strategies. It comes down to two words: employee recognition.

Several studies (some of them cited below) give us a clear snapshot of the impact of human-centered workplaces. As employees increasingly look for meaning and purpose in their work, the need for more recognition has come up time and time again as a strong indicator of employee engagement.

Sir Richard Branson, founder of Virgin Group, once said, "I have always believed that the way you treat your employees is the way they will treat your customers, and that people flourish when they are praised."

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Source: Inc

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