Employers warned that staff satisfaction is no longer enough to keep key talent

Keeping employees satisfied in their roles is no longer enough to prevent them from walking out the door, according to a survey from recruitment firm, Brook Street.

The survey found that even though almost two-thirds (58%) of employees said that they were satisfied in their current jobs, less than 40% of workers see themselves working with the same employer in 12 months.

The research of more than 1,000 workers found that the majority of employees (63%) are more likely to leave their current employer because of a better offer elsewhere rather than a lack of opportunity or general dissatisfaction in their current job.

This survey states this underlines the need for employers to do more to not only attract new talent but to also retain existing staff…


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