1. High employee turnover is a function of poor management rather than a mismatch between person and job." Do you agree or disagree, and why?
2. How can training prove its worth to the organization?
I agree that high employee turnover is a management problem, not an employee problem. Surveys conducted about why employees leave their jobs center on
- Want better compensation and benefits (53 percent).
- Are dissatisfied with their potential career development (35 percent).
- Are ready for new experiences (32 percent).
Although the pay package is shown as the most frequent reason for leaving, lack of job satisfaction is probably where the thoughts about changing jobs begin. All employees want to be valued for their contribution to the organization and want to believe that their work is appreciated.
It could be as simple as a communications issue which causes employees to feel undervalued or unappreciated. Job performance could be totally satisfactory and compensation ...
he 550 word solution discusses the issue of turnover and training in some detail including results of a survey about why employees leave their jobs.