How is your company culture? Do employees keep quitting and noting in their exit interviews that they don’t like the atmosphere?
When you have a culture problem, you’re naturally also going to have a turnover problem. As a result, your recruiters will always be working on filling the same roles and the company is continuously absorbing unnecessary hiring costs. If your company doesn’t have in-house recruiters (which is true for many small and medium sized businesses), then managers are forced to put aside value-adding activities to search for new members of their team.
Obviously, reasons for high turnover aren’t limited to poor corporate culture, but it’s a good place to start. So what may be killing your company culture? Take a look at this simple infographic from OfficeVibe for 10 possible causes of a damaged culture and look for ways to improve your own culture to reduce your hiring efforts.
This infographic was crafted with love by Officevibe, the software that shows you how to be a good leader by collecting feedback from employees.