Behind disagreements with management, the Survey on Employee Exits of 706 workers found that 14% left for new jobs and 12% of employees left because of disputes with other coworkers.
Some of the more crass exits include:
- Screaming matches, 42%
- Negative mass e-mails, 24%
- Negative speeches at company meetings, 18%
- Vandalized or stolen company property, 12%.
- Physical scuffles, 4%.
About half of respondents (52%) said one person’s exit caused others (or themselves) to leave the company soon after, according to a news release.
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