Stress is most common reason to quit

Stress is reason to quit Stress is the most common reason given by employees for leaving the workplace. According to Watson Wyatt’s Strategic rewards European study, 35% of employee respondents claim high stress levels are often behind a decision to quit, followed by base pay (34%) and then promotion opportunities (27%). In contrast, employers believe the top three reasons for staff leaving are career development opportunities, followed by promotion opportunities and then base pay.