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Do employees really leave Managers, and not Companies?

7 months, 2 weeks ago

What experiences in your past or current work environment, lead you to  believe, or do not believe that employees leave Managers, and not Companies?

If you believe in this idea, what should Leaders do in today’s healthcare environment, to change that? If you do not believe in this idea, what then is the reason for many employee turnovers today, in healthcare?

Remember: you ARE anonymous on this platform, and nobody knows who is behind your thoughts – so feel free to say what you feel today, and how you felt in your early career if you believe or don’t believe in this idea. Perhaps some Managers and companies out there might be listening to you and welcoming your points of view.

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    Posted August 25, 2019 at 12:26 pm

    It depends. Some employees nowadays are money driven. While others are looking for opportunities where they can grow in their career. It will take a very bad company for employees to leave. Usually people leave their managers because of mistreatment. The managers are what cause people to leave the companies. Managers do not suffer when their is a lot of turnovers; the company does and productivity suffers. Managers need to invest in their employees. They need to value their employees concerns.Their employees need to be part of some decisions making. In my experience, you do not need to be a CEO, COO, CFO, Director, manager or supervisor to have an impact on a company.Every has something to contribute and that’s what makes a great company.

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