New Intel Study Finds Majority Of Employees Have No Idea Why They Got Fired
By Ernest McRobotface
CHICAGO—Saying a lack of awareness was the most common reason employees were let go, a new study released Monday by Intel found that the majority of employees had no clue why they were fired. “We found that the vast majority of employees have no idea why they’re being let go,” said lead researcher Dr. Joanna Lukas, who explained that 80 percent of employees had no idea why they were terminated in the first place, with an additional 20 percent of those employees having no idea why they were let go. “We found that not knowing why someone was dismissed was the biggest reason employees were let go. Most employees are completely caught off guard and confused.” Lukas went on to say that nearly two-thirds of employees had no idea why they were let go, with another 15 percent having no clue why they were let go.