Should managers be more approachable?

How to retain good team members

A research conducted with employees from various companies showed a very interesting result. It was found the most common reason a person remained in their current job was not because they were paid the highest possible wage, it was because they felt satisfaction and pride in what they were contributing (as well as receiving good pay).

In order of priority, the following points were found to be the main causes for people to change jobs;

  • Bad relationship with management and/or co-workers
  • Job dissatisfaction, lack of creativity
  • Lack of potential to grow
  • Proximity to home
  • uncomfortable or unpleasant working conditions.

Creating a culture of acceptance, supportive and collaborating team work will help promote safe and relaxed atmosphere where creativity can flow freely.

Workshops are useful tools in getting everyone on the same page, while clarifying expectations.

To book an obligation free consultation please send your request or inquiry to; approach@grassrootlevel.com.au


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