A poorly-timed departure of a key employee can really put a crimp on your enjoyment and profitability. Recent survey data reported in the online Business Insider cite a lack of trust in corporations and wanting to be their own boss as the top two reasons these workers leave.
These data bolster our oft-repeated recommendation that every practice administrator should put a high priority in nurturing the careers of their key employees. After all, how better to foster trust than to take a sincere interest in your employees well being? What’s more, such interest often takes the form of giving more responsibility and autonomy to these employees thereby helping to satisfy their desire “to be their own boss.”
Read more about here about the 5 Reasons Why Gen X Workers Quit.
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