According to Kevin Friery, clinical director at Right Corecare, workers are becoming increasingly likely to leave their position if they are dissatisfied with the level of support they receive from their manager, particularly as more job opportunities arise in the UK.
Sales managers and other leaders can therefore aim to offer wellbeing initiatives and focus on worker contentment as a priority in order to lower staff turnover, he explained.
Mr Friery noted: "If you've got people in your workforce who actually aren't performing but are keeping their heads down and keeping out of your line of sight because they are too afraid to ask for help, that's a business risk."
According to Ashley Ward, director of European Leaders, it is "widely accepted" that people's performance is the biggest influence on business performance, and so sales managers need to ensure that staff are happy in their roles, or risk productivity being affected.
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Source: The Sales Director News