Employee dissatisfaction is a major factor in leaving a job. Employees don’t want to work for a place they don’t enjoy.
Unfortunately, we’re not doing a good job of surveying the workplace environment to see how employees are feeling.
Because of this, we see large numbers of employees come and go. That’s not good for business. And that’s not good for leadership either.
Leaders should desire to create a workplace that attracts top talent. We should also make sure our talent wants to stay with us.
We can’t help keep our top talent if we’re not aware of how satisfied they are.
Areas Of Employee Satisfaction
When thinking about surveying your employees, you need to decide which metrics actually matter to your team. Does your team want better pay, more recognition, autonomy, flexible hours?
Each of these areas matter to different employees.