Washington Post: During the ‘Great Resignation,’ workers refuse to accept the unacceptable

Washington Post: During the ‘Great Resignation,’ workers refuse to accept the unacceptable. “In a recent Washington Post Live webcast, Anthony Klotz, an associate professor of management at Texas A&M University credited with coining the term the ‘Great Resignation,’ attributed the departures to four main causes: a backlog of workers who wanted to resign before the pandemic but held on a bit longer; burnout, particularly among frontline workers in health care, food service and retail; ‘pandemic epiphanies’ in which people experienced major shifts in identity and purpose that led them to pursue new careers and start their own businesses; and an aversion to returning to offices after a year or more of working remotely.”

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