According to a blind survey conducted at the beginning of the year, one in three workers would quit their job if working from home ended.
Recent findings by experts shed light on the reasons why workers quit their jobs: during burnout rates, a tight labour market, and the desire to hire top talent across industries, resignation rates are expected to rise.
Despite these statistics, many companies are looking to hire, with 77% of executives drawing up hiring plans.
Vaccination rates also seem to play a role in the employment rate. U.S. states with low vaccination rates see people more open to changing jobs. This may be because they do not see COVID-19 as something to be feared and are okay with moving around.
According to David Niu, CEO and founder of TINYpulse, citing responses from executives in a recent company survey, the reasons why employees quit their jobs are “difficulty adapting to remote work, lower motivation, uncertainty about personal return to work, and lower retention to the organization.”
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