An MIT Sloan Management Review report names unhealthy culture as the top reason why companies are losing crucial talent.
Emma Atkinson, Ragan Communications
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While many blame the “Great Resignation” on poor wages and the COVID-19 pandemic, the Sloan Management Review’s report finds that those factors don’t come close to affecting employee attrition in the way a toxic workplace does. In fact, the study found an unhealthy corporate culture is more than 10 times more likely to contribute to employee departures than a company’s compensation.