‘Subtle’ behavioural cues predict turnover: Study

Would-be quitters send out signals employers can pick up on — if they're paying attention

Employees who are thinking of leaving their jobs may give off subtle cues others can pick up on — if they look closely enough. And these would-be quitters might not even know they’re displaying such behaviour, according to a study out of Utah State University in Logan.

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