It’s Time To Be Honest About ‘No One Wants To Work’

Ever since Kim Kardashian declared, "No one wants to work," this viewpoint has become a mantra among company leaders who blame high turnover on pervasive laziness among the workforce. But the truth is, in many organizations, this notion has become a cop-out for lackluster leadership and failed processes.

In other words, it’s not that people don’t want to work. They don’t want to work for you. Instead of blaming poor retention on laziness or external factors, leaders must look internally and acknowledge and take accountability for their issues.

Recognizing and acknowledging your workplace issues is the first step to addressing them. Here are seven signs that your retention problem doesn't mean that people don’t want to work.

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