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Sunday, 25 July 2021

A&M Researcher predicts "wave" of job resignations part 2

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A&M Researcher predicts 'wave' of job resignations  part 2
A&M Researcher predicts "wave" of job resignations part 2

SAYS, THE IDEA OFWORING FROM HOMELOOKS GREAT... UNTILALL THE WORK COMESHOME."I ALREADY WORKEDREMOTELY FOR THECOMPANY THAT, YOUKNOW, PAYS MY BILLS,AND SO IT TOOKEVERYTHING, EVENTHOUGH I WAS ALREADYWORKING FROM HOME.

NOWMY WHOLE LIFE REVOLVEDAROUND HOME, SO IT WASVERY STRESSFUL.."TEXAS A&MRESEARCHER ANDPROFESSOR ANTHONYKLOTZ BELIEVES THATSTRESS AND OTHERFACTORS WILL TRIGGERA "GREAT MIGRAQTION"OF JOBS AS WE LOOKTO "TRADE UP" FROMWHERE WE ARE."IT MAY BE WORTH GIVING ITA TRY, AND YOU REALIZE'THIS ISN'T AS BAD AS ITHOUGHT IT WAS AND IACTUALLY ENJOY IT.'

OR IT'SACTUALLY REALLY NICE TOGET SOME SEPARATIONBETWEEN MY PERSONAL LIFEAND MY PROFESSIONAL LIFE,WHICH I HAVEN'T HAD FORTHE PAST YEAR.SOME IN THE BUSINESSWORLD CONSIDER THEIDEA "SHOCKING".NOT EVERYBODY BELIEVESIN THIS "MASSRESIGNATION"IDEA.

THE MANWHO RUNS THIS WACOSTAFFING RECRUITINGRECRUITING SERVICE SEESTHINGS A LITTLDIFFERENTLYSTAFFING AGENCYHEAD JOSH FINSTADSAYS SURE, PEOPLEWHO DIDN'T JUMP SHIPLAST YEAR, THATWANTED TO, PROBABLYWILL." AS MORE CERTAINTCOMES PEOPLE THAT WEREALREADY PLANNING ONMOVING OR GOING TO MAKETHOSE MOVES, BUT I DO NOTSEE A MASS MOVEMENT OF ALOT OF PEOPLE.INSTEAD OF A WAVEYOU SEE A RIPPLE.YEAH I THINK IT'SGONNA BE A RIPPLE.BECAUSE AFTER ALLTHE PANDEMICTURMOIL, SOME WILLWANT "SAFE HARBOR"FROM CHANGE.BUT EMPLOYERSURVEYS ABOUT ARETURN TO WORK HAVEONLY JUST BEGUN, SOFOR NOW, ALL WE HAVEIS THE INSIGHT OF THISA&M PROFESSOR, AMAN WHO LISTENS ANDDOCUMENTS WHYPEOPLE QUIT THEIRJOBS,"WHAT'S GOING TOHAPPEN OVER THENEXT YEAR OR TWO, ISORGANIZATIONS AREGOING TO CHOOSEWHAT THEIR STRATEGYIS, IN TERMS OF WORKARRANGEMENTS, ANDINDIVIDUALS ARE GOINGTO THINK FORTHEMSELVES ABOUTTHE PROS AND CONS."SO FAR, FINSTAD SEES AWAVE OF PEOLPLETAKING JOBS RATHERTHAN THAN QUITTINGTHEM."THERE IS A WAVE OFPEOPLE LOOKING TOGET BACK IN THEWORKFORCE RIGHTNOW.."KATIE SELMAN PLANSTO STAY PUT, BUT ADDSWHEN OPPORTUNITYKNOCKS, IT PAYS TO BEREADY."I OVERDOSED ONHOME FOR SURE.

SOIT'S NICE TO BE ABLE TOGET OUT OF THEHOUSE.."BUT HOME OR OFFICE,EXPERTS SAY WE WILLLIKELY ALL SEE ACHANGE AS BUSINESSADAPTS TO NEWMODELS OF GETTINGTHE JOB DONE.DENNIS TURNER, 25NEWSTHERE IS A W

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