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Workers unhappy with managers 4x more likely to job hunt

November 20, 2018 / Valerie Bolden-Barrett

A TINYpulse report on retention found that employees who give their managers a low rating are four times more likely to be interviewing for other jobs than their peers. Of the employees who rate their bosses unfavorably, 40% interviewed for a new job in the past three months, compared to just 10% who rated their managers highly. TINYpulse, an employee engagement platform, created the Employee Retention Report to help employers address common issues driving attrition. Among other findings, the report said that 21.5% of workers who don't feel recognized for doing great work have interviewed for a job in the past three months, compared to only 12.4% who said they do feel recognized. Workers reported to craving work-life balance, and those who have it are 10% more likely to stay at their companies than those who don't. Employees who don't feel they're developing and growing in their current role are three times as likely to look for a new job. The report offered employers s...