You’ve likely heard it a hundred times, but we’re still in the midst of The Great Resignation. American workers continue to make career changes at record-breaking rates, leaving employers with holes in their roster and desks left vacant. The root of these career changes? The COVID-19 pandemic gave us all extra time to reflect on our work situations, our dreams, and our overall wellbeing. Simply put, workers across the country – and the globe – realized they were unsatisfied, unfulfilled, and under-appreciated.
You’ve hired a new team member and are excited to welcome them to the team. But in the work-from-home culture we’ve become accustomed to, how can your business ensure that they still feel connected to the team and
Approximately 70% of people report that their employer has a responsibility to ensure their employees are mentally, physically, and financially well, according to The 2021 Workplace Wellness Survey by the Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI) and Greenwald
shocking 95% of employees are considering walking away from their current job, according to a “Great Resignation” report from Monster. For some, there is no deal their management team could present that would defer their departure. However, those who are still on the fence are reflecting on various factors including new benefit offerings. Now more than ever, employers have the opportunity to transform employee perspectives and retain their employees by understanding their desires and expectations.
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