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Ignore Your Best Employees, and They’ll Go Away!

The modern U.S. economy is heavily people-driven. Unlike in the more industrial economy of the previous century, what sets great companies apart from good companies today is more likely their human resources than their physical capital, like factories and machines. It’s perhaps surprising, then, when we hear that high-performing employees often feel neglected and underserved […]

Working Parents Are Demanding Empathy, but Companies Aren’t Delivering

We’ve all heard by now of the Great Resignation, a term that has been flooding inboxes, social media, and research reports since last spring. Coined by Anthony Klotz, a Texas A&M professor of organizational psychology, the Great Resignation predicted a mass exodus from the workforce. Klotz was right—and what unfolded became larger than anyone could […]

The Key to Acquiring, Retaining Coveted Talent? Enhanced Benefits

Millions of Americans continue to vacate their jobs in a phenomenon that’s come to be known as the Great Resignation. But experts and analysts looking beyond the headlines to determine why so many people are quitting have begun referring to it as the Great Reckoning, the Great Upgrade, or the Great Acceptance. The majority of […]

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New Data Shines Additional Light on Great Resignation

Business publications and workforce commentators have recently embraced the term “Great Resignation” to describe the phenomenon of workers fleeing the labor force and the corresponding challenges faced by employers. While this may be a catchy label, it also represents a very real challenge for companies around the world struggling to maintain basic operations, let alone […]

Retaining Employees in a Job Market Full of Greener Pastures

Millions of workers are looking for jobs while millions of employers are having a hard time filling open positions. At this time last year, COVID-19 swept across the world and disrupted life as we know it. Millions lost their jobs while those who were still employed hunkered down and waited out the outcome and outbreak. […]