Magnetic Managers – How To Create Top Employees
What would you feel if one of your top employees sends you a notice that he or she is going to resign? Shock would be an understatement for an event like this given he or she has been working really good and then decides to stop? It is beyond your power to keep him or her from quitting his or her job, you just have to accept the fact that your top employee is leaving. Do you feel rejected and abandoned at this point? You might have a dozen questions in your mind like was it your fault that you valued employee stop working for you? There is a huge chance that it was indeed the managements fault for losing the valued employee.
The most common reason why employees stop working for a company is because they have a bad relationship with their manager or supervisor. A lot of people join companies to work but leave work because of the managers; this is an old saying that has been going around for decades.”
Most of them would say that they left because it was for the money. Out of 19,000 people who quit their jobs, only twelve percent said that they stopped working because they wanted to look for a better job that pays better as well. If you do the math, that is not a pretty good number to say that people quit their jobs because they want better-paying jobs. Around ninety percent of the employers think that the main reason why workers stop working because they demand higher salaries. Employers only think that this is true because that is what most employees tell them when they quit the job. Employees that don’t rat out their bad managers because they don’t want to mess up their records are people with respect; even at defeat, they still act graceful. Tell the employer that the management style is just too horrible to stand and that you are already fed up and tired that’s why you decided to stop. The “they offered me more money” reason is just a white lie to save both parties.
There are a lot of bad bosses around that need Magnetic Manager because bad bosses will destroy a business if they are not replaced to trained better. A rookie manager can become better with the right training. It is important to have a management style that will benefit both company and employees because the problem with the common manager style is that they look at employees as only workers and not part of the company. You have to make sure that your manager style is the kind that will help both employees and company grow and progress.