Losing Good People

Impacts Workflow

Workflows are extremely precious things. Over time, your teams learn to work in the most efficient way for everyone involved.

Losing any member of staff interrupts the workflow and leads to an adjustment period. In this period vital changes are made to patch up the workflow, but when these changes don’t gel well they can mutate into larger issues, potentially harming your services or products.

Drains Time

Time is our most valuable asset. So ideally you want to let your staff spend theirs actually doing their jobs. 

Unexpected departures mean time is spent looking for replacements, training new employees, handling extra work and more. Each lost employee means your team pours time and energy into maintaining itself rather than improving your business.

Increases Pressure

Sadly, when staff leave, their workloads don’t leave with them…Meaning other team members have to pick up the slack. 

Extra workload tends to mean extra stress. This extra stress can easily snowball into bigger issues in your remaining team. The UK economy loses £28 billion per year to stress-related issues, so it’s worth nipping these problems in the bud ASAP.

Costs Money

Losing an employee is expensive. Like, 21% of their salary expensive.

And go figure! You’ve got retraining costs, time lost bringing the new hire up to speed, possible external hiring fees – and that’s just the tip of the iceberg.

Sounds like something to avoid, right?

See The Complete Picture

How would you know that someone isn’t happy at your company? If you’re lucky, they’ll come to a manager and share their concerns. If you’re not so lucky, you’ll have a letter of resignation on your desk.

With Wotter, you can deep dive into your company to see which departments, teams and demographics are struggling. Giving you the opportunity to resolve issues before you lose good people. 

Hear What You Need To Hear

Positive comments are brilliant. Everyone likes a pat on the back and to be told that they’ve done something well.

But ultimately it’s the negative comments that prompt change. With Wotter, you give your staff an anonymous platform to voice the concerns that you might not hear otherwise. And you’ll get a chance to act on these thoughts before you lose the people who shared them.

The trouble with most of us is that we'd rather be ruined by praise than saved by criticism.

Norman Vincent Peale

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Negative Environments?

Are you:

  • Bothered by always battling petty issues?
  • Fed up with bickering getting in the way of productivity?
  • Concerned about the effect on your staff and your service?

Fixing the Wrong Problems?

Are you:

  • Disheartened by resistance towards change?
  • Feeling that your HR team can’t focus on the real issues?
  • Irritated that problems aren’t going away despite your efforts at fixing them?