It’s all about the fun factor.
I don’t know about you, but these days I don’t often hear other people say, “I love my job”—at least without a healthy dose of sarcasm. That is likely one of the reasons why the average person changes jobs 11 to 12 times in his or her lifetime.
Many employees say they have left jobs for more pay, better benefits, or because of poor supervisors. I’m sure that all of those things play their part in the decision to move on, but as a Human Resources Professional, I have always been more interested in why employees don’t leave. Truthfully, there will always be a job with a better compensation package or with superstar leaders. So what makes employees stay where they are?
One of the most important discoveries I have made… Read More