Published: June 12, 2012 | Comments (1)
Many contact centers struggle with the problem of high agent turnover. But what is behind agent's eagerness to leave the contact center? Last week, ICMI polled our audience to find out. 15% of respondents said the "Pace of work was too fast", and 17% felt that their work was repetitive and their skillets were not being fully utilized. 28% said that "Low pay" was their reason for leaving, but it was not the top answer. "Lack of career development opportunities" claims that spot, with 32% of the vote.
The remaining 8% responded "Other."
What other issues have you experienced as drivers of agent attrition? How do the answers above relate to your center? Share your thoughts and comments with us here!
Related ICMI Resources:
ICMI's 2012 Contact Center Agent Salary, Retention & Productivity Report
Keep (and Optimize) Your Call Center's Best Agents: Agent Salary and Productivity Benchmark