The Great Resignation: Part 1
Looking at work/life through the lens of the employee experience.
Anthony Klotz, a Texas A&M professor who came up with the phrase “the great resignation” back in May of 2021, believes that during the pandemic, people “re-imagined what normal could look like,” without commutes, with more family time, better pace, and less pressure. Comments like “Life is too short to be unhappy for five days a week in exchange for two days of freedom” have been posted; and hashtags, memes, and TikToks have emerged around “quit my job.”
So what can you do to avoid a great resignation of your own? What kind of experiences can you create for your teammates to ensure the benefits of your workplace outweigh the option to resign?
Check out some ways to keep your teams happy and dedicated to your organization!