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Nearly 6 out of 10 managers looking to leave jobs; workplace benefits critical to retention: Report

The main reasons contributing to this frustration are career stagnation (73%), lack of recognition (71%), and feeling overworked (68%), says the survey that draws insights from over 3800 managers (including early and seasoned) in Corporate India, and focuses on the aspirations, burdens, and challenges faced by managers in India

Source | economictimes.indiatimes.com | Sreeradha Basu, ET Bureau

India Inc’s managers are largely dissatisfied with their current jobs. About 33% of managers are actively seeking to leave their current positions within the next six months and 59% within a year, a new survey has revealed.

Here’s the irony: about 81% of leaders surveyed in The Grand Manager and Workplace Report by upGrad-led online learning platform Harappa say that managers are indispensable to achieving financial objectives, deploying strategy and driving success. Yet, managers aren’t happy.

The main reasons contributing to this frustration are career stagnation (73%), lack of recognition (71%), and feeling overworked (68%), says the survey that draws insights from over 3800 managers (including early and seasoned) in Corporate India, and focuses on the aspirations, burdens, and challenges faced by managers in India.

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