There was this article on Linked in, and so aptly accurate


Not everyone comes into work with the same level of engagement, motivation, and passion each day. But if more than a few of your employees are making a habit out of being tired, stressed, and unmotivated, you might have a problem on your hands.

A recent study by Dale Carnegie Training showed that nearly three-quarters of employees aren’t fully engaged at their jobs. A lack of engagement could be a sign pointing to poor job satisfaction–and dissatisfied employees could be costing you more than you think.

Aside from the high price of employee turnover, you could also be losing money due to their carelessness or lack of engagement. It’s best to spot the signs of unhappy employees early and do your best to get them back on track to being happier, more engaged, and profitable.

Here are the top 10 reasons your employee’s full-time job may be hating their job:

10. They think the grass is greener someplace else. 

9. Their values don’t align with the company.

8. They don’t feel valued. 

7. Job insecurity.

6. There’s no room for advancement.

5. They’re unhappy with their pay. 

4. There’s too much red tape. 

3. They’re not being challenged. 

2. The passion’s gone.

1. Their boss sucks. 

Read the full article at

Oh yes, you need to be on LinkedIn to read this….