An Insync Surveys study in conjunction with Board Benchmarking This research is based on a board survey that captured the views of 625 directors who sit on 79 ...
Suppressed demand for new jobs hit employers
Insync has released The Insync Retention Review. The 2010 report, based on 1,548 employee survey responses, predicts a surge in staff turnover as the job market picks up.
The Insync Retention Review reveals the reasons employees leave their employer. Interestingly, fewer departing employees are now indicating a “lack of job satisfaction” as their number one reason for leaving, selected by 10% of employees in 2009 compared to 14% in 2007. However, “work stress” and “job security” are increasingly common. There is also a decline in “pay and conditions” as a driving influence in one’s decision to leave.
James Garriock, Insync CEO said: “Employees aren’t happier, they just haven’t been leaving due to dissatisfaction.”