How Quitting Your Job Can Cost You Over $36,000

How Quitting Your Job Can Cost You Over $36,000
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Employees thinking about quitting their job in the near future may want to reconsider when they see how much money it can cost them.

July 31, 2015
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Employees thinking about quitting their jobs in the near future may want to reconsider when they see how much money it could cost them.
Job burnout specialist Ben Fanning claims that most employees aren’t engaged at work and disengaged employees are more than twice as likely to quit their jobs.
But before unhappy employees decide to throw their work in the air and proceed to the nearest exit with both middle fingers held high, Fanning wants them to consider their decision as though it were a financial investment.
He created the below infographic to illustrate the average amount of money an employee can lose if they decide to quit their job — it’s enough to buy a decent new car. The cost of firing an employee for a CEO is even greater. Check it out below:
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h/t: Business Insider
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