10 reasons why it's your fault your employees are always miserable


There are 10 things your company does that makes your employees leave faster than the Road Runner from Wile E. Coyote.

Your company cannot seem to keep employees for longer than 6 months. This is not good. With a high turnover rate you'll be spending (and wasting) more and more money on recruitment. What is the point of going through a hiring process to find the best person for the job only to see them leave shortly afterwards - forcing you to redo the entire process yet again?

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Managers also seem to think that unhappy employees will stay if only they were paid a bigger salary - a salary they're not prepared to fork up. But the truth is that it takes more than a competitive salary to retain your employees. Low morale is a result of poor company culture. And poor company culture means your staff will seek better working conditions elsewhere.

Low staff morale is usually caused by:

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(Source: Officevibe.com)

So now that you know what your company is doing wrong and why your employees are leaving, find out how you can keep the inspired, motivated and excited about work.