That may not be an issue if it’s just a one-time thing, but if it’s habitual, then it can be a glaring sign that your place of work may be causing too much stress and unhappiness. Which is, needless to say, not good as it can lead to decreased productivity among your employees.
It’s often easy as a manager to overlook building a solid office culture. But in today’s increasing workforce, which is made up of a huge percentage of millennials who value work-life balance, the need to address these issues should be a priority for businesses who want to attract the top talent in the industry.
First and foremost, look out for signs of employees that are dissatisfied. You need to spot the symptoms as early as possible so you can look into the issue and root out what is causing the dissatisfaction and unhappiness in your workplace.
Do you know that even your office environment can be affecting your employees’ satisfaction, productivity, and engagement? While the causes may vary, there are common signs that can alert you that something is wrong.
The infographic by Guthrie-Jensen presents ten of these warning signs to help you detect possible issues earlier. This way you can remedy the problem on the onset and prevent it from blowing up and affecting other team mates.