72 Percent of Workers Regret Resigning–and It’s Not Their Fault

Business owners might have some smug satisfaction upon learning that, according to a Fox News Survey, 72 percent of employees who resigned during the ongoing great resignation have regrets. But you shouldn’t experience schadenfreude. Businesses should be examining their own hiring practices., as that is a clear contributor to this unhappiness. Here are five ways to tell if you’re part of the problem.

Your hiring managers and recruiters talk only about the upsides of working at your business.

There are probably great things about working for your company. But, there are also horrible things about every job. Cranky customers, unrealistic deadlines, micro-managers, and things don’t go perfectly. Do you bring those up?

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2 thoughts on “72 Percent of Workers Regret Resigning–and It’s Not Their Fault

  1. “your employees need to believe you’ll pay attention, not retaliate against them for the bad news”

    A former co-worker, who is one of the most tactful people I have ever met, gave diplomatic but honest feedback on an internal, allegedly anonymous survey, saying she thought the VP’s presentation did not deliver the proper message.

    They identified her and forced her to apologize in writing to the VP for saying something negative.

    She had a new job and was gone within three weeks.

    Don’t be that company.

    1. I should add that this group – I am also an ex-employee is horribly dysfunctional. Another co-worker quit the same month without even having another job lined up. So this is about the company, not about my co-worker.

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