A human resource consulting firm recently released the results of its annual survey on employer-sponsored health care plans. One piece of good news from the survey is that average health care costs per employee experienced a smaller increase this year (3.8 percent) as compared to the increase in 2014. This is the third year in a row in which increases have been below four percent.
According to a TINYpulse survey quoted recently in Forbes, 28 percent of employees consider leaving employment because of micro-management. On the other side of the coin, freedom to make decisions is directly related to employee job satisfaction. This means not only does micro-managing drive employees away, but it also prevents employees from loving their jobs.