Effects of employee departure
- departure of their own volition
- as a result of redundancy,
- due to unforeseen random events.
The departure of an employee voluntarily may be caused by a number of economic, psychological, health factors, etc. The greatest influence on departure from work is:
- bad atmosphere in the workplace
- better wages in another workplace,
- family or personal relations i.e.: distance from home, family needs, finances.
- little opportunity for professional development in a given position,
- transition to retirement or pension.
In turn, the departure of workers due to layoffs, may be the result of:
- job cuts,
- the elimination of the vacancy,
- termination of a contract for a specified period,
- disciplinary dismissals,
- the unsatisfactory results achieved by the employee.
The employee's departure due to random events may be the result of unexpected events such as:
- all kinds of serious accidents,
- death of the employee.
For workers, positive effects of departure include:
- improving financial situation as a result of the emergence of new attractive work,
- sense of value,
- improved mental state.
Negative consequences of departure are:
- worsening financial situation, and hence impoverishment of the individual and his family,
- a sense of worthlessness,
- family problems,
- hopelessness, apathy, isolation from society,
- in extreme cases, loss of a job can lead to a nervous breakdown and even death.
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