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Millions of workers quit their jobs in the past year

Millions of workers have quit their jobs in the past year due to lack of motivation and progress, overwork – and rude bosses.

A study of 2,000 adults found that nearly one in five had quit a job without choice in the past 12 months alone, with more than 22% having done so in the past five years.

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One in ten of them have quit their most recent job in the past six months, and an additional 16% plan to leave within the next year.

Among the top 30 reasons to do so include improper working hours with non-work commitments and management’s disregard for employee welfare.

Up to 42% raised their concerns with the employer before deciding to leave, but 30% of them said the result was no change.

The study was commissioned by employee experience platform Edenred and also discovered what makes people want to stay at work, including having manageable workloads, flexible working hours, and a Support line managers appreciate their work.

A quarter of respondents admitted that they had stayed at their current company longer than they would have liked because of the pandemic.

Commuting to work, an outdated workplace, and a job that is simply boring are also some of the top reasons why workers leave.

Alisdair Seenan, chief human resources officer at Edenred, said: “From the research it is clear that the work landscape is changing rapidly and it is likely that this will continue into 2022.

“The top 30 reasons are a clear indication to employers of what they may need to change or improve to keep key employees away, especially when results show that many have plan to leave their jobs next year.

“We believe that employers invest time and resources in helping employees cope with the challenges they may face in 2022, such as rising costs of living and rising costs of living. The pandemic continues to disrupt the workplace, attracting and retaining the best people.”

The study of working adults also found that the ‘7-year itch’ holds true for work, as this is the average length of time people hold a certain role before moving on to another.

But 43 per cent believe there is now a ‘major resignation’ going on in the UK with a record number of people leaving.

Similarly, 64% acknowledged that the Covid-19 pandemic had an impact on their decision to leave their job – with half of them realizing they did not want to continue in their current role.

More than 47% of those polled via OnePoll left their job earlier than planned due to the situation and one in five said they realize how short life is and therefore want one. that they love.

4 out of 10 people know of someone, not including themselves, who quit during the pandemic.

Although nearly two-thirds feel their employer has supported them well over the past few months, many believe there is still room for improvement when it comes to financial wellbeing (38%) and mental health (34). %).

Nine out of 10 people feel work/life balance is important to their happiness at work, but less than half believe their current employer understands how important this is.

Worryingly, only 18% agree their employer understands their employees’ needs and only 37% feel that their boss supports them in their development.

Alisdair Seenan added: “Many employers have increased employee support during shutdowns with a greater focus on employee well-being and recognition.

“This study highlights further opportunities for employers based on the changes they have made to their work model to retain good employees and help them thrive at work.

“It’s a golden opportunity for good recruiters to stand out from the competition.”

Top 30 reasons people leave their last jobs

  1. It’s not motivation
  2. I feel overworked
  3. Management doesn’t care about my health
  4. I don’t like the atmosphere
  5. Pay less than I want
  6. I have a rude boss
  7. There is no room for progress
  8. It was boring
  9. It’s not the career I want
  10. I’ve been there too long
  11. Working hours don’t fit my lifestyle
  12. I don’t like my day job
  13. Going to work is a pain
  14. I don’t feel welcome
  15. I worked overtime without getting paid
  16. No bonuses or perks
  17. I moved city
  18. I didn’t fit in with my team
  19. No training
  20. Outdated workplace
  21. I have moved further away from work
  22. I was denied vacation when I asked for it
  23. They don’t take the pandemic/lockdown seriously
  24. I was scouted by another company
  25. I was forced to return to work after locking the door and working from home
  26. Missing days off allowed
  27. They don’t let me go part-time when I ask
  28. No car parking
  29. I decided to go back to my education
  30. I changed the country

For those who feel working from home makes them happier and more productive, The Sun explains whether your boss can turn down your work-from-home request.

Another approach to keeping employees happy and motivated is to reduce the workweek to four days – here it is. List of UK companies only work four days a week.

With so many people struggling with their mental health as a result of the pandemic, it It’s more important than ever that we discuss our concerns at work.

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