MIT Sloan: Why Every Leader Needs to Worry About Toxic Culture
Originally found at MIT Sloan Management Review, by Donald Sull, Charles Sull, William Cipolli, and Caio Brighenti.
Toxic culture, as we reported in a recent article, was the single best predictor of attrition during the first six months of the Great Resignation — 10 times more powerful than how employees viewed their compensation in predicting employee turnover.1 The link between toxicity and attrition is not new: By one estimate, employee turnover triggered by a toxic culture cost U.S. employers nearly $50 billion per year before the Great Resignation began.2
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