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Human Workplace Index – Rethinking to Retain Talent

Sarah BLoznalis
Publication date:
February 3, 2022
Article Summary: 

The Human Workplace Index analyzes how the last two years, particularly the Great Resignation, have affected the lives and needs of 1,000 US workers. The survey found that 34% of respondents also chose to voluntarily leave their jobs during the pandemic, in search of something better, and 44% have considered it. While 28% quit because of their mental health/toxic work culture and 14% left because a flexible work environment wasn’t offered. The survey results suggest that organizations should focus on what makes employees stay, such as good benefits and feeling connected to the company/coworkers. The survey also found that 65% of respondents believed quit levels will continue to rise. Money might have a strong influence on employee retention in 2023 as 26% believe low wages will cause employees to leave their jobs, and 23% believe “financial security” will be the reason employees don’t leave. Furthermore, 78% of the workforce might consider leaving, with 44% of employees having considered leaving.


Human Workplace Index, Great Resignation, US workers, pandemic, voluntary job departure, mental health, toxic work culture, flexible work environment, employee retention, benefits, company culture, coworkers, quit levels, low wages, financial security, workforce, job departure

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Sarah BLoznalis
Human Workplace Index – Rethinking to Retain Talent
February 3, 2022
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