“Many articles now plaster the business media with news about the Great Resignation where employees see a hot labor market today and decide to go after a better situation for themselves. At Everest Group, we gathered empirical evidence from employees in many companies and compared that data with our findings from discussions with C-suite executives in leading organizations. Our study yielded both surprising and unsurprising findings. The biggest surprise is the significant gap between the reasons why employees move to other companies and what employers now do to try to retain them.”
From Forbes – Peter Bendor-Samuel from the Everest group looks at this through three different lenses – compensation, work environment, and the disconnect between company actions to keep team members and the top reasons people are leaving.