Workers say this is the No. 1 reason they’ll quit
Disconnection is making work feel more lonely and transactional.
“Everyone is recognizing this feeling of disconnectedness is the No. 1 issue they’re facing,” says Doug Camplejohn, founder and CEO of Airspeed. But, he adds, “the answer is not going back to to the office. The reality is, this problem has existed forever, and Covid had only made us all more aware and sensitive to it.”
Employee dissatisfaction and disengagement have been on the rise for years, according to Gallup.
To find better solutions, executives will need to recognize they don’t fully understand what employees want and need — at least not without further surveying and open discussions. A sweeping majority of 9 out of 10 executives say their company has a deep knowledge of their workforce, but just 6 in 10 workers agree their bosses understand what motivates them, or their personal characteristics, interests and values.