Recent data suggests that the Great Resignation has become the “great talent re-shuffle.” While 4.4 million Americans quit their jobs in February, more than half of the workers who quit are switching their occupation or field of work, rather than leaving the labor force altogether. The pandemic has started a discussion on why workers are leaving in record numbers. While compensation has always been a a reason to change jobs, there are a host of other issues emerging from a company’s culture, leadership and for front line workers, an unpredictable work schedule.
Four research studies suggest what is contributing to this great talent re-shuffling.
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