This guest blog has been provided by Kevin Sheridan, best-selling author and innovator in the field of Employee Engagement.
We have all witnessed it. Some really well-liked, productive employee suddenly tenders his or her resignation, or maybe just doesn’t show up for work one day. The workplace quickly becomes abuzz with rumors of why the person quit. If the rumors are accurate then the reason most often lies with the newly resigned employee’s manager. After all, there is a whole heck of a lot of truth to the old adage that “Employees don’t leave companies, they leave managers.”
And here are the 7 Deadly Sins that managers commit to cause these resignations. Sadly, all of these can be easily avoided.