When Bad Bosses Happen To Good People - CiteHR
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Why do talented employees leave despite a top salary? The answer lies in one of the largest studies undertaken by the Gallup Organization. The study surveyed over a million employees and 80,000 managers and was published in a book called First Break All the Rules. It came up with this surprising finding: if you are losing good people, look to their immediate supervisor. More than any other single reason, he is the reason people stay and thrive in an organization. And he’s the reason why they quit, taking their knowledge, experience and contacts with them. Often straight to the competition. “People leave managers not companies,” write the authors Mr Marcus Buckingham and Mr Curt Coffman. ‘ So much money has been thrown at the challenge of keeping good people—in the form of better pay, better perks and better training—when in the end the turnover is mostly a manager issue.” If you have a turnover problem look first to y! our managers. Are they driving people away? Beyond a point an employee’s primary need has less to do with money and more to do with how he’s treated and how valued he feels. Much of it depends directly on the immediate manager. Of all the workplace stresses a bad boss is possibly the worst, directly impacting the emotional health and productivity of employees.

How to deal with non performers in a manufacturing company specially if a person stayed up to 25-27 yrs and saying much but can’t be dependent?
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