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The Future Talent Market: Reducing Resignation and Building Retention

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The next phase of the talent market is unpredictable but early signs are pointing to a period of high turnover ahead – we may be in for ‘The Great Resignation’, as employees take the opportunity of a period of relative stability to leave their current roles. As the war for talent rages on, is your […]

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The next phase of the talent market is unpredictable but early signs are pointing to a period of high turnover ahead – we may be in for ‘The Great Resignation’, as employees take the opportunity of a period of relative stability to leave their current roles. As the war for talent rages on, is your organisation prepared to lose some of your best talent? We can expect employers that have developed great cultures and strong engagement will come out strong, but how have these expectations changed over the last 18 months. What are the new drivers for retention?

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