The report was based on data from a survey of 831 individuals who have lost a job and 93 employers.
Respondents who have been fired from a job say they think it occurred because of personality conflicts (30% cite a key reason), because their boss was a jerk (23%), because of office politics (19%), and because of poor performance (18%).
Employers say the last person they fired was let go because of attitude issues (57% cite as a key reason), because of personality issues (41%), because the person was not completing their job as described (40%), and because or poor attendance (34%).
Some 48% of employers say they would consider rehiring someone they had fired. However, only 33% of ex-employees say they would work again for someone who had fired them.
About the research: The report was based on data from a survey of 831 individuals who have lost a job and 93 employers.
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