13 signs that someone is about to quit, according to research

To help companies identify employees at risk of quitting, ASU researchers investigated and uncovered a set of behavioral changes exhibited by employees that are strong predictors of voluntary quits in the next 12 months.

In this story published July 9, 2021, on the Society for Human Resource Management website:

While our research shouldn't be considered the only way to identify an employee on the verge of quitting, it does point to a set of behaviors that, taken together, can provide a clue — and it discounts behaviors that have mistakenly been seen as tells.


Peter Hom, professor of management and entrepreneurship




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