Financial wellbeing | 1 in 5 Brits quit their job over poor payroll

1 in 5 Brits quit their job over poor payroll

One in five (21%) Brits have quit their job over poor payroll experiences, new research has found.

The study, commissioned by Zellis and carried by an independent research firm, revealed that the main reasons for employees switching roles was due to late or inaccurate pay from their employer. When the figures were scaled up to a national level, this equated to almost seven million employees who were affected by poor payroll processes.

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