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What Poor Leadership Means for Employee Retention Rates Insights from Rymax Marketing Services, Inc.

If you’ve ever loved your job, but disliked your boss, keep reading.

If you’ve ever left a job because of the way the company or department was managed, keep reading.

If you want to better understand how your leadership style is affecting your employees’ experience, we’re talking to you.

According to the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM), “employee engagement” is a term that relates to the level of an employee’s commitment and connection to an organization, which is considered a critical driver leading to higher levels of productivity and overall business success in today’s competitive marketplace. 

While employees may appear engaged in what they do daily, that does not necessarily translate to job satisfaction, overall happiness or long-term commitment to the organization — all factors that can impact productivity, turnover and return.

The link between leadership and a positive employee experience is critical to a company’s retention rate and ultimately, its bottom line. 

Check out these staggering statistics that may have you recalibrating your leadership style.

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