Catering equipment staff would quit over lack of teamwork

Catering Insight's Job Satisfaction Survey 2017 results into what would make staff most likely to quit their job.Catering Insight's Job Satisfaction Survey 2017 results into what would make staff most likely to quit their job.

Catering Insight’s Job Satisfaction Survey results regarding reasons to leave a role were led by how employees feel about being part of a team.

Using a system of rating the reasons 1 to 5, with 1 being most likely to make a staff member quit and 5 least likely, 44.29% of the nearly 100 respondents rated not feeling part of a great team as 1, making it the number one reason distributor and manufacturer employees would leave.

No pay rise was the second highest reason, with 30% rating this as 1. No new responsibilities within the same job was not a concern for respondents, however, with 31.43% rating this a 5 on the priority scale.

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No promotion provoked a mixed response, with 28.5% rating it a 3 and 32.86% rating it a 4. Respondents were unsure too about no training or career development offering, with 30% rating this as 2 but the next highest rating being 5, with 22.86%.

When separately asked what one factor apart from salary would encourage respondents to join a new company, nearly half (49.33%) said it would be due to better promotion and career prospects.

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