When people think of what motivates a person to quit their job, money is the first thing that comes to mind, but very often it’s not even at the top of the list.


The reasons people leave an organization go far deeper than monetary gain, there’s usually a lot more they aren’t getting from their company. In fact, we can attribute a career move to 6 reasons. Identifying these reasons as leaders helps us improve our culture so we can keep the best people on our teams.


In this edition of Million Dollar Careers, we talk about retention and what makes people leave.


If you’re exchanging a known for an unknown, there better be a good reason, and it can’t just be money. -Rob Houghton  


Three Things You’ll Learn In This Episode


Why money isn’t the key driver for a change
Moving jobs is a highly stressful process, what makes someone willing to go through all that?

How to keep employee boredom at bay
How do you keep the A players who need to constantly be challenged engaged?

Why leaders have to create security for their people
Is high staff turnover due to companies actually quitting on their people?