Want to end quitting in place? It takes more than ‘thank you’

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Given that two-thirds of employees are likely to job-hunt in 2022, most organizations are thinking more deeply about how to engage and retain existing employees. Between the ongoing pandemic, a worsening labor shortage and a workforce on the edge of burnout, there is a massive need to focus on retention and providing employees with support and recognition.

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In March 2020, practically overnight, 78% of employees were shifted to an at-home setup, completely overhauling the way teams connect and communicate. While employees seemed to enjoy clocking in from desks nestled in their bedrooms, many found that they began

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