Summary of The 7 Hidden Reasons Employees Leave

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8 Overall

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Recommendation

getAbstract recommends Leigh Branham’s book to every employer, manager, supervisor or small business owner - especially those struggling to recruit or retain high-caliber talent. If you’re a small business owner or first-time manager who soon will be interviewing and hiring employees, this book will give you a great start. Discover how to re-engage employees who lose their motivation and learn how to institute the best practices to make your workplace an "employer of choice." Your office can become a place where people want to work, even while you control the costs of attracting, hiring and retaining committed employees.

In this summary, you will learn

  • What "seven reasons" really drive employees to quit;
  • How to engage employees so they stay; and
  • How to make your company an "employer of choice."
 

About the Author

Consultant Leigh Branham helps companies improve retention. He is also the author of Keeping the People Who Keep You in Business.

 

Summary

When a Worker Says, ’I Quit!’, What’s Really Going On?
Though most employees cite better pay, benefits or career advancement as their reasons for changing jobs, these are seldom the primary reasons people leave their positions and venture back out into the job market. These are simply ...

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