Em­ploy­ees move on if they aren’t ful­filled

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FOUR in five work­ers who re­sign can be in­flu­enced to stay at their or­gan­i­sa­tion, re­search by In­sync Sur­veys finds.

Its 2012 Re­ten­tion Re­view re­veals 80 per cent of staff turnover can be avoided if em­ploy­ers of­fer their high per­form­ers en­cour­age­ment, such as en­rich­ing work and flex­i­ble work­ing ar­range­ments.

It re­veals em­ploy­ees pri­mar­ily leave their jobs be­cause they are un­sat­is­fied or feel un­ful­filled and not be­cause of the pay and con­di­tions.

Gen­er­a­tion Y staff look for job en­rich­ment through ca­reer op­por­tu­ni­ties while Gen­er­a­tion X and Baby Boomers pre­fer to have job sat­is­fac­tion.

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