I started a discussion about The Great Resignation back in June, and today I’ll be continuing that conversation with some new updates. If you missed the first one, be sure to go back and check out episode 19 to get the big picture of this issue. This time, I’ll share some more current data with you and the changes that have been affecting both the workers who left and the workers who stayed.
Listen in to hear from specific surveys and reports on resignation and job-changing trends over the last year. I will also look at the current state of the staffing crisis, as well as where employment stands from the employee and employer positions. You’ll get insight into the HR arena, including what we need to be looking out for and what processes need to be updated to adjust for the changes in employment needs.
What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:
- How the changes in the workforce affected different generations.
- How many people changed jobs in the last year and why.
- What business leaders and HR professionals need to realize about the changes in employment.
- The changes in salaries and benefits.
- Why flexibility is more important than ever.
- The role of job security in the current job market.
- Priority items for employers and employees.
Ideas Worth Sharing:“The pandemic had caused everyone to re-evaluate their priorities—where they want to work, who they want to be, etc., and business leaders and HR professionals need to realize that and adapt to the new normal.” - Sandra D'Souza Click To Tweet “While the rank and file workers reported being stressed and overloaded, the business leaders were adjusting much more easily to the new normal.” - Sandra D'Souza Click To Tweet “In general, executive leadership—and boards for that matter—are a little out of touch and do indeed need a wake up call.” - Sandra D'Souza Click To Tweet
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