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Working the Future blog: our latest insights and future of work sensemaking

The 'Great Resignation' is entering its third year...

2024-07-11 11:59

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The 'Great Resignation' is entering its third year...

Workers are placing an "increased premium" on organisations that invest in their skills growth - and who can blame them?

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As workers increasingly leverage embrace AI and reskilling/upskilling, PwC reports that the 'Great Resignation' is now entering its third year.

 

28% of the 56,000 workers surveyed by the consultancy globally said they are "very or extremely likely" to move from their current companies, versus 19% in 2022, and 26% in 2023.

 

They’re also placing an "increased premium" on organisations that invest in their skills growth.

 

 

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