Reasons for Leaving a Job

People are surprised when they hear about quitting people’s jobs, but not everyone understands why people quit their jobs. Only he who has left or left the job knows it. There are various reasons behind leaving a job that outsiders do not understand. 

Many times the person who quits the job does not disclose the issue of quitting the job. We see almost everyone show “personal reason” when leaving a job.

No one informs the main reason to their organization. This leads to another problem, that the organization from which people leave their jobs may not know the exact facts of the matter. The problem will continue as long as this false truth and false tradition lasts. 

We asked different people what could be the reasons for leaving the job. We have received many answers.
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Combining those answers, we present below a total of 7 basic causes and their sub-causes. Hopefully after reading the whole article you will get an idea about quitting the job, which will be useful in your work life or business life. Let's look at the reasons, these are our career advice or work place tips-

1. Messy procedures

Good management of the workplace increases the desire for work among the employees of the organization. The growth of the organization continues to increase. But where the working methods are not arranged, the employees do not get pleasure from working in the organization. When workers do not enjoy working, they want to get rid of clutter. As a result, they leave the workplace.

We need to know what features of the work method makes the procedure messy. If the features of poor management, autocracy in decision making, waste of time, etc. are present in the work method, we will understand that the workplace is not standardized at all and it does not allow the growth indicator of the organization to go up. Signs of degrading practices of messy work procedure are presented below:

Extra working hours: Who doesn't pay value of time? He is the irrational boss, who often makes his subordinates work overtime. Working overtime breaks the morale of the worker but the boss of the office does not understand that. Employees need to leave their office at the scheduled time and return home to keep their personal and family life beautiful. That's right. Many bosses don't even pay extra to work overtime.

Inhuman management: There are some bosses who do not want to give leave to their employees. They stay away from standing by their family in danger. They also discourage others from spending time behind them. They let the employee do anything in any time. They make no effort to understand people’s emotions. Punishment is imposed even if the things are a little sideways.

Inferior decision making process: Many office managers impose their decisions on the employees while not giving importance to the opinion of the employees in the office work. Employees have to convince many bosses together, not one boss in many cases, to get one task permitted. As a result, the workers lose interest in their work.

Not providing transportation facilities: Many organizations do not provide transportation facilities to the employees when they have to go somewhere for office work. It is very difficult to go to office work at worker’s own expense. Some organizations do not arrange transportation to bring employees from home to office and from office to home although this is what they expect. Workers want to leave the office if there is no healthy transportation facility.

Non-payment of operational cost: There are some organizations that give tasks to the staff but do not want to pay if it costs some money to perform the job properly. Like someone was asked to email but the organization does not provide the system that takes the Internet to email, doesn't even give a laptop and mobile set and minute and data bills. 

Whenever an official guest comes to the office, the staff entertains the guest at their own expense. Institutions do not pay attention to these. This is not a good will.

Not keeping the quality of work standard: A rose is beautiful if it is fresh and nourished. Buying malnourished and stale roses, if given as a gift to someone, has a negative feedback from the recipient. Some organizations work badly to save money. As a result, the desired result of the work is not obtained. It is also foolish to try to get the newly hired employees to do all the important work without teaching them the job by seniors.

Making people to do unnecessary work: There is no need but the office man is sitting, so they ask him to do work which is not necessary. Like someone was asked to write a letter, after he wrote that letter, he was told to tear up the letter. This letter no longer needs to be sent. In fact, even when the boss gave this instruction, he knew that this letter would not be sent. Doing all this spoils the workers.

2. Unsafe employment rules

Employers look for qualified employees for the financial security of their organization. To that end, they interviewed candidates, appointed by looking at skills. Institutions have their own rules of procedure for doing this. If the employment rules are standardized, the job seekers get confidence to apply for the job. In addition, those who are selected for the job are also honored to see the improved character of the organization's employment rules. The employment rules of some organizations are prepared by bypassing labor laws and human rights.

There is dissatisfaction among the workers with those employment rules. In many cases, there are no employment rules in some organizations. They cannot be considered as a suitable institution to continue their employment. Employment rules are said to be unsafe if the employer is not happy with the interests of the employees. Frequent changes to down in the rules of employment also make the rules of employment insecure. Below are some aspects of unsafe employment rules-

Weak recruitment process: In order to get skilled workers, the employer has to find suitable workers. Many organizations do not do that, do not advertise, do not verify CVs, do not look at skills. Do not take interviews properly as well. And their organizations do not follow any rules. They appoint whomever they want from time to time. And they do not prepare the required documents for recruitment, do not make contracts, do not clarify various issues like responsibilities, salary-allowance, salary increment, gratuity, provident fund, job security etc.

Limited opportunities for promotion: Employees want to see their work evaluated in a timely manner. They want to be promoted at the right time. But many organizations limit the promotion of employees. This makes the workers extremely unhappy. They try to go elsewhere. Many organizations have made it a policy to give late promotions but this policy cannot be valid.

Salary allowances incompatible with inflation: People do job for money in the ultimate sense. In other words, people want to buy the things, they need to survive, that's why they work. If the price of goods in the market is not consistent with this, people suffer to continue with that salary. Many organizations blindly do this wrong thing year after year.

Not giving incentives: People want recognition for their work. That is why they expect incentives. Eligible employees do better if they are motivated at the end of the job. If the income of the organization is good, everyone should be encouraged with some money from there. The organization could not earn extra income if the employees did not work better.

Poor salary increment process: Many organizations increase the salary but it is less than the rate of inflation. This is an aspect of weakness. Another aspect is complicating the process of salary increase. Applying and the practice of not raising the salary if the boss is not kept in high praise for increment is quite painful. Good employees don’t want to get everything by appealing. They want their value to be automated and to give them what they deserve.

Poor leave management: People work not only for the betterment of the organization but also for themselves. It is also their responsibility to keep their body and mind and the body and mind of the family members well. But many organizations do not want to give leave for all these. These practices are really sad. Those who do not give maternity leave are oppressors. Many organizations do not want to pay for the leave days.

Unsafe employment: One of the best features of unsafe employment rules is unsustainable employment. Or not having a fixed time limit for permanent employment. If the job is not made permanent, the organization can avoid giving many benefits to the employee but it is cruel. It is sometimes said that a job is not a skilled worker to make it permanent. In that case it needs to be informed at regular intervals and training needs to be given. Many organizations do not do that to give chances to build long-term career in their organizations. Those who don't do that people do not want to work in those organizations.

3. Unsafe workplace

Above we discussed the messy way of working. Here we are talking about slightly different things. That is - unsafe workplace. Employees do not want to stay there for long while the work environment, communication system of the organization, giving-taking, competition is not good. These things are considered unsafe workplace features when they are dull or have bad examples. Unsafe workplace’s success rate is also low.

Sometimes it happens that the top people in the organization deliberately make the organization an example of an unsafe workplace if they no longer need to grow or they become arbitrary or just want the employees to leave. With new staff, they somehow keep the organization afloat. There is no thought of improvement. The characteristics of an unsafe workplace are:

Unhealthy environment: There needs to be a germ and odor free environment where people work. However, if the organization is not of good quality then there are dirty toilets, densely populated work rooms, unclean floors and roofs, lack of free and fresh air are common problems. The dining room is also dirty there. These can never be a feature of a good employee’s workplace.

Weak workplace culture:
It is a natural human trait to be jealous when one sees improvement in another. It is controlled by good people with morality. Evil people can't control it. They work conspiratorially because they can't see others well. One rages against the other. If he gets a chance, he blocks someone's file. These are weak cultures.

Lack of due respect: People do not accept the fact that they do not have a high standard of communication and respect. People expect that if they respect, they will get respect from him. It, so happens that boss treats his subordinates in the same way as baker treats slave. These cannot be accepted by good employees.

Awkward competition: Everyone agrees to compare, envy and compete with other but when the competition gets dirty, it is not acceptable. Awkward competition harms employees as well as organizations. Competing also means that one does not allow the other to work. It also happens that one person's time is spent on obstructing the work of another.

Internal conflict: When one becomes the enemy of the other, the conviction to do evil may come to mind. Then the ring begins to form. Trying to pull others to their own side is a common. Thus the office is being divided into several groups. The issue of harming one another goes hand in hand as well as trying to deal with it as a group breaks the original chain. This pollutes the work environment.

Lack of security: This may include type of work, security of physical and mental health, security of honor, security of life and job security, etc. Working within loud noises can damage the ears and mood. Working at high temperatures can damage the skin and brain of the body. Working in high places can be life threatening. Worker of the risky work can be carried out by terrorists or the police.

Doing unfair work: It is not appropriate to often ask someone to work as an accountant if someone joins the work as a librarian. This is an unjust order. Again, asking someone to do something that is prohibited by law, such as giving bribe, accepting bribe etc. In the midst of unfair work, call home after office hour and ask them to work at home.

4. Disrespect for laws and principles

We always expect peace and order, both personally and institutionally. Lack of peace in social life makes it difficult to live in the world. We know that laws and policies are made for peace. We personally think that respecting the law is a virtue of a good citizen. In the same way, we call an organization that respects law and policy a good organization.

If an organization does not respect the law, the government and the service recipients or customers do not consider that organization a good organization. This doesn't work well even among the employees of that organization. They think that those who can fool the government and the country can also fool their own workers. In fact, it happens in reality. Employees want to run away from such organizations. Some cases institutions that do not follow the law and policy in are shown here-

Tax evasion: The government runs the country with people's money. The big source of this money is taxes. It is the duty of the people to pay direct and indirect taxes. It is wrong not to pay taxable income tax. The habit of tax evasion is not good at all. There are provisions to pay institutional tax like personal tax. When an organization pays tax evasion, that organization can also cheat the employees of its own organization.

Not keeping the quality of the product or service standard: The reputation of the organization is not protected if the rights of the consumer are not given importance. Consumers are deceived if the quality of the product or the quality of service is not maintained. The company that gives the loose in this case has a bad reputation. Workers are also losing personal fames. That's why good employees don't want to be in such an organization.

Institutional lies: When the organization is far from the truth, it is easy to understand that the people behind the organization are also evil. It has become a habit of companies to keep false information as annual income and expenditure. Some companies do not live up to their promises. They do not even recall the promise. People who found such lies do not want to be in the company.

Unjust layoffs: Unsustainable layoffs are happening all over the world. The rest of the staff in an organization that has a history of unfair layoffs is also afraid of this. So they started planning to leave the organization earlier. When the opportunity arises, they move to another organization or start something new on their own.

Non-payment of dues to employees: Many organizations steal the money due to employees. Provident Fund pays too little. Depriving of gratuity in various ways is common in bad management. When the opportunity arises, the salary increase is stopped by the organization. Those with whom it happens live in dire straits. No one throws it at that point. But the rest of the employees of the organization also get the message that the same thing could happen to them. So they want to get out of the company quickly.

Disobedience of labor law: Labor law has been made to look after the interests of the workers. Labor law is basically made with the importance of human rights. Many organizations show thumbs down to that law and run the organization as they please. They get demonic pleasure by exploiting the workers. They take signature on one sheet but follow another fake sheet to pay. They do not want to pay the minimum wage, do not grant leave, and make a lot of irregularities.

The practice of bribery and corruption: The top people of the organizations whose employees are corrupt are also corrupt. They run institutions by indulging in corruption. They do not pay the money due, do not give due respect. Good employees hate organizations that allow corruption. Employees try to leave such an organization, because they do not want to indulge in corruption and bribery.

5. Poor future plans

When people work in an organization, their lives are centered on that organization. If the organization does not think only of itself but also thinks about the future of its employees then there is no dissatisfaction among the employees of that organization. Institutions that provide basic human needs are undoubtedly good.

But there are many organizations that only want to make their future beautiful and do not think at all about the employees. They place more importance on cash gain. As a result, not only the employees suffer, but also the organization cannot improve in the long run. The organization cannot turn around in the event of a disaster or mishap. Employees leave the company when they see a weak future plan. Here are some examples of poor planning:

Funding is not strong: People want security, want assurance of income. They expect the financial foundation of the company they work for to be strong. If it so happens that the salary of the year or month is also from that year's income, then the people get scared. New companies often get used to this cycle. But they don't think that if there is a problem, how will the money be found? Should people be retrenched or the organization shut down?

Lack of benefits for the next generation: Everyone is busy with the present. But people do not take it easy if the future is not taken seriously. Everyone expects organizations to look at the family, wife and children of those who are employed. Everyone wants money from an organization that can be used to build such a house.

They expect school and college costs, healthcare, scholarships, etc. for children's education. People are happy when they get the benefit of breastfeeding corner, children's play area etc. But most businesses do not have any complex with these benefits.

Lack of insurance facility: This facility is currently available in most companies as group insurance. In addition to these, there are life insurance, travel insurance, children's education insurance, health insurance, home insurance benefits but these benefits are avoided by the institutions. The salary is so low that if one wants to deposit these insurance installments on one's own, one does not have the means to pay. So low a salary is paid that, they cannot form an emergency fund. In such cases, the workers are looking for a well-paid job.

Poor Welfare Fund Management: It is advisable to have a fund so that the employees of the organization can take money from a welfare fund in case of any problem. But many organizations do not have such a fund. People leave where they are not. Many South Asian countries are lagging behind in this regard. The situation in Europe, North America and Australia is somewhat better.

History of forced resignation: Even a man who has worked for a long time is actually oppressed when he resigns under pressure. This is sometimes done for not giving his gratuity benefits. But to deceive a person in this way is to rob him of all his life and throw him into the sewer. If there is such a history, people want to leave to be safe.

Lack of strong provident fund: In some cases it is seen that there is no provident fund. Some may have a small amount of money deposited in the provident fund. Again, many institutions do not take any initiative to strengthen the provident fund. People want to leave when they see something like this. No one wants to see the future insecure.

Not having the plan of ​​giving good amount of gratuity: At the time of leaving the job, the employee is honored with a good amount of gratuity. This is the right of the receiving employee. Institutions, which have low number of gratuity or no gratuity, have not yet become institutions where jobs can be continued. There is no gratuity facility but having a job is unimaginable.

6. Inadequate health management

Health is the root of all happiness. This proverb seems to have been forgotten by today's corporate world. The magic of the devil called 'money' is neglecting both external health and mental health. If the employer keeps the health management improved, then the people consider that organization as their own. People feel safe. And when people think this place is safe, they do not think about going elsewhere.

Many bosses want to be immersed in the work all the time. They think this is the best way to improve. In reality, this results in loss of human performance. As the quality of work decreases, the organization does not improve and revolves around the same circle. The features that are a part of this bad health management are listed here.

Lack of healthy food: People in all offices say that I work for food. If there is no canteen or the canteen is run with substandard food, the workers there are very unhappy. They do not want to hurt their body.

Lack of sports and exercise facility: Regular exercise is required to keep the focus on work. But many workplaces do not give importance to physical exercise. People who are obsessed with the body want to leave the workplace if they see that there is no exercise facility and time.

Lack of medical center: If there is a health care center, the staff and their family members do not have to spend much for medical expenses in out. Employees can be much more health conscious if they have this facility. They can take diabetic tests, measure the blood pressure. If necessary, they can take the advice of a doctor. They can take advice on emotional issues as well.

Discouraging TV viewing: Discouraging watching TV and watching movies is seen in many organizations. As a result, the workers become depressed. Watching TV, watching news on TV, watching favorite games on TV are the facilities in the offices where the minds of the employees are good. They work more.

Discouraging communication with family: Bosses get annoyed when someone comes to visit the employee or when the employee gets a call on the phone. They don’t want to see employees talking on the phone. Employees get annoyed when there is no way to meet and talk with family members. Because family first then office. That's what people think. That is the truth.

Not having the opportunity to tour: Giving the opportunity to tour and taking the tour is discouraged in many organizations. But tour may be beneficial to allow family members to communicate with other family members. Where these facilities are not available, the workers get annoyed.

Not having a chance to rest: A little sleepiness in the office is actually creating mistakes in work if you work with sleepiness. If you work for 7 to 8 hours in a row, you have to take a break sometimes. If there is no break, the speed of work is lost. If one sleeps on bed for 30 minutes rather than 1 hour sleeping in a chair, the result of that work should be quite good. Rest can be other ways, such as playing a little carom or making coffee with a colleague.

Lack of honest thinking

There are two kinds of people. One group is evil in nature. The other group is of good in nature. People of good nature think well. Wants to do good work and wants to improve him and the organization. They wish for the betterment of themselves as well as for the betterment of others, helps others to improve. They give less indulgence to innate violence. They want the welfare of others so they expect the same from others. When they do not get it, they leave the evil people and go elsewhere.

They run away feeling helpless because they can't stand the lack of honesty and honest thinking. Lack of honest thinking does not improve the staff. Institutions do not develop the individual when they do not think honestly. Since these topics are career-related, the following are examples of the lack of honest thinking for readers:

Not doing research on improving the quality of life of the employees: Along with the development of the organization, the development of its employees should also be done. This is a feature of good organization. And for the development of the workers, research activities should be carried out on their quality of life. There is a gap in communication as organizations cannot do this. As a result good employees are dissatisfied.

Not being given the opportunity to develop talent: Good and talented workers feel helpless if they are not given the opportunity to develop their talent. They deny their talent and go into hiding. Or they move to another organization. Or they try at home to develop their talents on their own. The result of the research that might go to the cart of the employee and his organization together, go to the cart of the employee alone. Or the result is far from the fate.

Oppression when chance comes: It is wrong not to treat employees in a good way and not give them the rights they deserve. It is wrong to use them like a servant. Many organizations even beat up employees and many organizations speak out, many organizations mentally torture. It is the habit of many organizations not to pay salaries on time.

Not giving importance to opinions: In many cases, work is imposed on the employees without taking their opinions. It doesn't just make the workers dissatisfied - it makes them feel like they're just slaves. When people become slaves, they want freedom from slavery.

Desire to keep workers poor: When the gap between rich and poor is too wide, there is instability in the society. Income inequality makes people far from emancipation. But all services, all products are for the welfare of the people. Many organizations keep employees so busy that they don't have time to do anything else. Employees are paid so low that they cannot save and invest.

Too much surveillance: Everywhere CCTV cameras, even over desks, computer screen monitors are feeling as annoying surveillance. Appearing in the office on time, keeping records when going out somewhere, eavesdropping on the phone, looking at copies of emails are some of the things that come under bad example of surveillance. As a result, employees feel insecure and do not share anything openly. They suffer from inferiority complex because they cannot share anything openly.

Not to be by the side in danger: They want their organization by their side in the happiness and sorrow of the employees. Sadly, when someone is sick, they are fired. His income stopped. In such cases, many organizations do not give any grant to cure the illness of the employees. Employees and their families curse businesses that set an example of inhumanity.


Quitting a job is sometimes not only difficult for the employees of the organization. It also hurts institutions, although this loss is not taken seriously by the top people in the organization. Bosses need to understand the passion of the person who is working in an organization. When an employee is treated unfairly, it is mainly unfair to his family.

Since the employees of the organization do not say the exact reason for leaving the job when leaving the organization. Therefore, organizations should be more careful about the staff. Giving importance to the emotions and desires of the employees, giving them the opportunity to develop their talents, keeping the workplace safe, only then will both parties see the welfare of each other. You can ask your question regarding this article.

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