Job satisfaction | Top reasons employees QUIT their jobs

Top reasons employees QUIT their jobs

British workers spend an average of 3,515 full days at work over the course of their lifetime. This is whittled down to an average of 34 hours and 26 minutes per week, according to the Accountancy Age Salary Survey 2018. Spending such a significant portion of life at work, it is crucial that employees are happy within their roles and enjoy working for their employer.

However, there are always some workers who are more keen to switch than stick. New research, commissioned by working animal charity, SPANA, polled 2,000 workers and found that dreary canteen food, exhausting work timetables and incompetent bosses were among the most common reasons for Brits quitting their jobs - inews.co.uk reports.

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