1. No Vision or Mission

Most of the companies work with a reactive approach. They play by the rules of other companies. Although these are the traits of small-scale companies, they notice that the talented employees are always on a fast track and they need a future target to set
a path.

They need to be tempted to work briskly and achieve the pinnacle of their skills.

The employers should make it sure that company’s mission is loud and clear to the talented employees.

  1. No Guidance on Career Development

Most of the talented workforce—when they freshly graduate—does not have a clear view of their future, especially where they want to be in 5 years’ time. It is always the responsibility of the employer to provide the skilful with righteous guidance in the
pursuit of their goals.

Due to the lack of clear view of what they want to do in the future, this vulnerable but able talent flees the job whenever they find a good opportunity somewhere else, mostly money is the key in this regard.

  1. The Shifting Responsibilities

Every employee is good in one department, two at most. However, some companies have this tendency to rotate their skilled labour or other employees all over the place. Talented people do not like it. For them, one in the hand is more important than two in
the bush.

However, it is the responsibility of the boss to find the best place for the talented where he can be more beneficial to the organization.

  1. The Lack of Open Mindedness

Last but not the least and perhaps the most important of all, is the lack of open boundaries of the companies. Many corporate sector giants have so called think tanks that are solely for the purpose of brainstorming. However, their work does not show the
same case. Their closed mindedness has always let the talent flee to other companies.

For better or for worse, the skilful people flee their employers, who do not listen to their ideas. The examples of Next Computers and Pixar animations are in front of the world.

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