This summary is provided by IPR based on the original study by McKinsey & Company McKinsey & Company examined trends in employee resignation and established five groups of employees based on their motivations at work. A survey of 13,382 employees in Australia, Canada, India, Singapore, the U.K., and the U.S. was conducted from February 15 – … Continue reading Are You Searching the Right Talent Pools?
This blog is provided by the IPR Organizational Communication Research Center The COVID-19 pandemic has substantially reshaped the workplace, especially in terms of working remotely. This reshaping has induced many changes. For instance, employee shortage is prevalent: more than 47 million employees in the U.S. quit their jobs in 2021. This situation (known as the … Continue reading Authentic Leadership is a Skill in the Great Resignation
This summary is provided by the IPR Organizational Communication Research Center based on the original study by McKinsey & Company McKinsey & Company explored why employees are leaving their jobs and how companies can attract and retain talent. An online survey was conducted with 1,364 individuals across the globe who left their job without another … Continue reading How to Win Talent in the Great Resignation
This summary is provided by the IPR Organizational Communication Research Center based on the original study by Leger Leger explored employee satisfaction, quality of life, and reasons for switching roles. An online survey of 3,008 employees in Canada was conducted Nov. 15 – Dec. 1, 2021. Key findings include: 51% of employees aged 35-54 who were dissatisfied with their … Continue reading Understanding the Human Reality During the Great Resignation
IPR Report is a series by the Institute for Public Relations and Ragan’s PR Daily spotlighting new and important research that every PR professional should know. This article originally appeared in Ragan’s PR Daily on February 3, 2022. Within a span of two years, major changes have affected the workplace due to the pandemic: shift for … Continue reading Three Takeaways from Industry Research on the “Great Resignation”