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The High Cost of Unhappy Employees

What makes an employee unhappy at work?
October 10, 2018

What makes an employee unhappy at work? Lack of communication? Unclear expectations? A lack of challenge? No support? It's tough to say, since what motivates one employee may actually demotivate another! When you have unhappy employees the rest of the team begins to carry more of the workload, and active disengagement can directly lead to high turnover.

The Omnia Group will host a free webinar for PIA Agents on October 24 at 2:00 PM Eastern addressing a leader's role in employee engagement.

Attend the webinar and learn:

  • The definition of engagement
  • The true cost of unhappy employees
  • The leader's role in coaching employee engagement
  • Warning signs that an employee is becoming disengaged and what to do about it


Learn more and register for the October 24 webinar. (PIA members only)

The Omnia Profile—a PIA Member Benefit

For years, PIA has recommended The Omnia Profile® behavioral assessment product. It provides managers and agency owners with incredibly accurate assessments of their producers’ assets and liabilities and is a critical tool for agency owners who plan to hire new agency personnel.

The quick, online, instant report offers clear, easy-to-understand language to acquire objective insight into how compatible an existing or prospective employee is with a job, a work culture and a management approach. The more in depth custom profile can spell out what motivates each unique individual on your team, and whether you need to tweak strategies to improve the sales-to-close ratio.

When first contacting Omnia, PIA members receive a free online, instant assessment or a free custom assessment of an agency employee or prospective employee. Plus, if you buy a package of Omnia Profiles you’ll receive one free.

Get started on your track to success today by calling Carletta Clyatt of The Omnia Group at 800-525-7117, x 1226 or email her at and be sure to tell her you are a PIA member.

Or visit The Omnia Group website at

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