The numbers are startling – on one hand, in the US, people are quitting their jobs at the highest rate seen in two decades. In the UK, new data shows the job market is quickly heating up, with the highest number of new jobs seen in 14 years.
“Fantastic!” you may think, but the news isn’t all good – worldwide, talent shortages have reached a 15-year high.
Against this backdrop is the fact that people have new and different priorities. Here’s what’s changed, and how you can prepare.
- The ‘great resignation’ is here. This is how employers should prepare
- Three in five employees planning career changes because of Covid, survey finds
- How Working From Home Has Changed Employees
- Apple employees push back against returning to the office in internal letter
- From Appetizers to Tuition, Incentives to Job Seekers Grow
- Facebook’s head of recruiting on what COVID changed about hiring
One last word from the BBC, and it offers hope and good news Why a revolving door of team members is fuel for success…
“New research shows that bringing fresh faces into an organisation – or even colleagues you don’t usually work with – is a boon for creativity. Shaking up your team just the right amount can transform an echo chamber that limits your potential into a force for innovation that takes your work to new heights.”