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 - reports.

To continue reading FREE content

To continue reading
FREE content

For news, offers & events, direct to your inbox, enter your details below


* By registering you agree that you have read and agree to our Terms and Conditions and that Executive Grapevine International Ltd and its partners may contact you regarding relevant content and products.

If you find yourself asked to register again, please make sure that your browser cookie is enabled.

We would like you to become part of HR Grapevine and join the most engaged online communities of HR Professionals in the UK. Thousands of HR Professionals just like you have already registered with HR Grapevine and we would like you to join in - its FREE!

However, an EU regulation coming our way means that to continue hearing from us, you will need to become a registered user. No matter the outcome of BREXIT, this regulation will apply to us while we remain in the UK and perhaps beyond.

Access across the HR Grapevine site will continue to be free of charge once you register.

Every reader we retain, is very important to us, and we would appreciate you taking the time to Register with us now.