5 Reasons Why Top Talent Leave Their Jobs {Infograph}

Sinking ShipIt is likely in your career that you have worked at a place where things aren’t great. Maybe your boss is a tool, or there is little-to-no appreciation for your work. Maybe things were so bad that someone left, groups of people left, or even you left.

This infograph from CMOE highlights the top 5 reasons why talent leaves their job. Some of them may not be surprise to you, but the percentages were what really surprised me. The most startling stat from this infograph is that 43% of middle managers feel that they do more work than they receive credit for. This stat brings awareness that acknowledging an employee with a “thank you” or “great job” can go a long way.

If you are like I was with my previous employer and you find that 3 or 4 of these reasons hold true for you, then it is time to polish up that resume and get to finding a better job or company to work for.


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  1. I left my job due to 4 out of 5 of those reasons. So I’d say this infographic is pretty accurate!

    1. It’s unfortunate too. In some cases just thanking employees for their work could potentially save have of your employee from leaving. It’s almost a no brainer, appreciate your people and they will likely stay. What surprised me not being on the list was money.