One of the biggest reasons for employees to leave an organization is due to the company’s management. Many employees blame management for their reason of leaving their job. Many researchers and scholars have emphasized on the fact that employees would not prefer to work for an organization if it is not concerned about their intrinsic and extrinsic needs. There are several reasons due to which employees are dissatisfied from the management. Some of them include mismanagement of people, employee discrimination, miscommunication or setting up unrealistic targets for employees (Sexter, 2002).
Many employees feel that the company’s workload is too heavy and this does result in employees leaving their job. Occupational stress is one of the biggest problems in today’s work environment. Several employees across the world have complained about occupational stress within a company. According to Kirby & Richard (2000), one-third of organizational employees across the world have viewed their jobs as one of the biggest source of stress for them. As a result, workplace stress has become one of the biggest causes of turnovers within a company. Due to consistent pressure and stress at the workplace, employees can suffer from nervous breakdowns and various other psychological problems which thus lead towards decreased motivation and in being unable to excel in their job.