Even with the arrival of the COVID-19 variants, workplaces are starting to establish and navigate their new, post-pandemic normal. Yet there’s another rising issue with which employers must prepare to contend: post-pandemic employee turnover.
According to the 2021 Employee Engagement and Retention Report, commissioned by the Achievers Workforce Institute, 52% of employees in North America will look for a new job in the near future. Meanwhile, the 2020 Eagle Hill Consulting COVID-19 Workforce Burnout Survey found that one in four employees plans to leave their job once the pandemic is over. For millennials and employees with children who are