So the other day we were on a call with a certain leader. This person is not a good public speaker. No one would ever rally around them. On a previous call when people were commenting on their job titles not changing. He states that "Where I worked before, I did not care about my title as long as I got my bonus"
Pretty tone death.
On a more recent call he referred to people who choose not to participate in optional activities as being a "cancer".
There are cancer survivors on the call, and I recently lost my aunt to the disease.
In our current climate there are certain things that are no longer carte blanche to mention. Because of things that people identify as, and or pretty much wear name tags for. As in I am non-binary, or I follow this political ideology.
This person always signs off his calls with a line like "Work is not who you are. While at the same time pretty much insulting people for not doing optional things.
This is why the last two generations do not want to work for people like this. People do not leave jobs, they leave bad leaders.
Now that isn't always the case either. And I don't think it was the case with the person I know. The pay was fine for the electronics store; they still have employees all the time, it wasn't illegal or any result of poor leadership, my point was that in that instance, it was a case of pay being marginally more for doing the same thing in a different store. Nothing bad involved.
Which is the point I was making; sometimes when someone quits a job for another, the reason isn't always bad leadership.