It’s been called the “turnover tsunami” and the “great resignation.”
A predicted massive outflux of employees is already beginning to be felt in some organizations. Employees of all kinds from companies of all sorts have gotten a taste of the flexibility and work/life balance that working from home has provided. Many are loathe to return to the physical workplace. Many have also had plenty of time to think about their careers and the companies they work for—what they like, what they don’t—and what they would rather be doing.
This has created an environment in which employers, including credit unions, are scrambling to find—and keep—talent.
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