95% of HR leaders say this is the main reason staff leave

95% of HR leaders say this is the main reason staff leave

Productivity is an often-used measure to gauge whether staff are engaged in their work; however, this outdated ‘churn and burn’ attitude to employment is causing employee’s to burnout, and head out of the exit door.

According to a survey by Kronos, 95% of HR managers, administrators and executives, cite burnout as a reason employees aren’t staying with their organisation. Nearly half (46%) say employee burnout is responsible for up to half of their annual workforce turnover.

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