A clear indication is staff turnover with a single manager – There’s a saying that employees don’t leave companies, they leave managers – and today they are leaving more often than ever.

Managers who don’t create the right opportunities for their employees, don’t communicate with them, and don’t appreciate them often find themselves dealing with a high turnover rate. Good managers are people you keep in touch with even after you leave a position. Bad managers are people you keep track of so you can avoid them in future!

Are managers doing that bad of a job engaging and retaining their people. Is this churn and burn dynamic the new norm?