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Image: Shutterstock With 8.9 per cent of workers confessing to an abrupt company departure, the top four reasons for abandoning ship are: (1) Being mistreated by management (2) Finding better job prospects with immediate start-dates (3) Constantly facing unrealistic workloads (4) Lack of flexibility in work schedules The recruitment process is tedious for both job hunters and employers, but thats no excuse for either party to simply ignore the other. Now that the trend has made its way into the workplace, it’s critical that businesses correct this behaviour. If a candidate is constantly ignored by employers, a signal is being sent to workers that the behaviour is acceptable,” warned Lee Biggins, founder and MD of CV-Library. Businesses ought to be extremely cautious moving forward; the job market is flourishing which means there are plenty of opportunities available for workers to jump ship if they want to. Its clear that two-way communication is more important now than ever before, as many of the reasons behind a worker ghosting their job are issues that could be resolved through support from management.
Glassdoor revealed a list of the top 25 jobs Britain has to offer in 2016 and the salaries to expect, which may have fuelled the ghosting fire over the past month.By Zen Terrelonge
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