Money matters, but it’s not the main reason people quit their jobs, according to one study of Canadian workers. “What managers fail to perceive is that ‘push factors,’ mostly within their own power, are the initial stimuli – the first causes – that that open the door to the ‘pull’ of outside opportunities,” said Jeff Aplin, executive vice president of David Aplin Recruiting. Look for more great links in today’s SmartBrief on Workforce.
- Understand why people really leave
- What’s wrong with standardized tests?
- Tory Johnson on the generational faceoff for jobs
- How to ask for a raise
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