Tag: the great resignation

Turnoffs: Factors Impacting Employees to Decline Job Offers or Leave Organizations

Despite some high-profile tech layoffs, businesses around the country continue to struggle with high rates of employee attrition and lackluster recruitment efforts. Understanding the drivers of this trend may help employers identify strategies for getting ahead of it and keeping employees—especially top talent—on board. We reached out to business owners and hiring and retention experts […]

The Biggest Employee Retention Challenges Employers Face in 2023

A dynamic and volatile global environment has created tremendous challenges for organizations looking to not only keep their heads above water but also outperform and outcompete their competitors. In the modern global economy, it’s people who drive the success of the best companies, which means organizations are constantly striving to recruit and retain top talent. […]

What Can We Expect for HR in 2023?

Employers have recognized the concerns and changes within HR over the last few years and have shifted their priorities during these uncertain times. HR managers believe burnout has serious consequences for employee retention, but according to CareerBuilder, 61% of workers say they are burned out in their current job. As 2022 has come to an […]

New Data Reveals How Recruiters Can Overcome Today’s Evolving Job Market

Competition for talent remains tight in today’s uncertain hiring landscape, with the latest Job Openings and Labor Turnover Summary (JOLTS) report sharing that job openings have increased to 10.7 million. And while talks of a recession and hiring slowdown dominate the narrative, employers will continue to experience challenges in attracting and hiring high-quality candidates for […]

These Five Trends Will Rock Your Workplace in 2023: How to Prepare Now

After the past few years focusing on surviving the pandemic shift to remote work and navigating the fallout of the #MeToo and #BlackLivesMatter movements, followed by juggling crises in employee morale, “the Great Resignation,” and the “Quiet Quitting” phenomena, it’s unnerving to think about the next great crisis corporate leaders will need to navigate in […]

5 Great Resignation Myths Busted

For more than a year and a half, no topic has been more pervasive in the HR realm than employee turnover. Whether you call it the Great Resignation, the Great Reshuffle, or the Big Quit, the ongoing mass exodus of workers has spared few organizations. iHire’s 2022 Talent Retention Report confirmed that notion: An overwhelming […]

Frontline Workers Are Still Quitting En Masse—Here Are the Reasons Why

During the COVID-19 pandemic, desk-bound workers switched to remote work, continuing their work lives despite the global crisis unfolding around them. Whether they were happy, how long they could work from home, and when they would have to go back to the office became topics of general interest to the public and conversation in the […]

Employee Satisfaction Is the Key to Improving Productivity

The “Great Resignation” is far from over. In fact, it appears to be heating up. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the percentage of unemployed Americans who voluntarily left their jobs and immediately began looking for new ones increased to 15.9% last month. This is the highest share of “job leavers” in more than […]

Workers Leaving Dream Jobs

Whether it’s a Hallmark movie or a slacker-made-good comedy, American popular culture is full of stories about people landing their so-called “dream jobs” and living happily ever after. The idea that doing what one loves is all that matters in a career is romantic yet simplistic. The current labor market is highlighting that reality for […]

Why Helping Employees Discover Their Purpose Helps HR Leaders

Though the Great Resignation is in full swing, hiring rates are greater than quit rates since November 2020 as workers seek greater well-being in their careers. As such, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce suggested the workforce is experiencing a “Great Reshuffle” instead. Unfulfillment at work is linked to the overall work environment, but changing the […]