We’ve all studied “The Great Depression,” we’ve worked through/lived through “The Great Recession,” but now companies are facing what some are calling “The Great Resignation.” 

In April, we posted that as things returned to normal, or at least what the new normal is, companies had to expect alarmingly high turnover rates (WFH Turnover). That seems to be coming to fruition after the Us Labor Department’s recent release saying more people left their roles in April than at any point over the last 20 years (we’re very interested to see what May’s numbers are). 

As quit rates soar, we thought that it would be good to share this article from Inc.; “How to Avoid ‘the Great Resignation’ at Your Company.”

If you’re a company looking for advice on retaining employees or looking for a recruiting model that better protects your organization (ask us about our distributed payment model, Placement as a service), we’re here to help.

*Image used is from Inc.’s blog post

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