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The “Great Resignation” was coined in response to the number of workers who have voluntarily left their jobs since 2020. COVID-19 was a catalyst for people to work from home, but also one for employees to reconsider what the best conditions are for them to continue with their current company. As…
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The “Great Resignation” is now a familiar term to hiring managers and has become the catalyst for many organizations to reimagine work and provide employees with greater flexibility by shifting to remote or hybrid roles. The pandemic certainly accelerated this trend, but will the number of remote…
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As noted in the first blog of this series, the Great Resignation has sparked challenges for many companies to attract and retain employees. However, it has also brought forth opportunities. In this second blog, we’re going to delve a bit deeper into some strategies that HR and mobility professionals…
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Starting in 2021, a new phenomenon swept over the U.S. labor market known colloquially as the Great Resignation. Due to the pandemic, the market created favorable conditions for workers to quit their jobs at near-record levels in search of better opportunities. Recruiting and retaining skilled…