The Great Resignation is arguably one of the most devastating events in the talent management landscape. But some would not consider “Great Resignation” as the most accurate term to define this high-profile business phenomenon.  Gina Nebesar, co-founder and CPO at Ovia Health, uses a different...

Organizations around the globe have observed a surge of resignations over the past few years. While many businesses have made the necessary changes to tackle the reduced employee retention, there is much to learn about the behavior of the rapidly evolving labor market. Many companies...

Previous workforce generations have significantly contributed to the Great Resignation. When COVID-19 hit the business realm, it led to several employees belonging to the Baby Boomer generation rethinking their priorities in the current circumstances. Workers who are already close to retirement have found the opportunity...

There have been companies who openly expressed their excitement to have their workforce return to the office soon. According to Microsoft’s Work Trend Index, 50% of business leaders mention that their companies will require full-time onsite work in the year ahead. Understandably, most of these...

Global talent has gained significant power and influence over the past two years since the pandemic struck the business world. Organizations had to find ways to remain agile to address the evolving demands of the workforce. One observation experts have noted is that jobs defining...