STUDY: 79 Percent of Employees Will Look for a New Job after One Bad Day at Work

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Nearly three-quarters of employees report being happy at work, yet eight in 10 respondents say they are likely to job search after just one bad day at work, according to a study released today by Addison Group, a professional services and staffing firm.

For its latest report on ‘What Makes Employees Head For The Hills?’ Addison Group surveyed over 1,000 job seekers and found that more than three-fourths of employees report that being passed over for a promotion will prompt them to seek other jobs. Additionally, dissatisfaction with their work environment is the leading factor that causes satisfied employees to look


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