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How is the Great Resignation affecting your business and your life?
FORTUNE Magazine says the Great Resignation has stunned many business owners and employers. Today nearly two-thirds of U.S. workers are looking to change jobs or leave the workforce altogether.
“Researchers have revealed turnover patterns that explain why so many are quitting in droves right now. Employers looking to stop the exodus should pay attention: Much of the onus is on them to give workers better reasons to stay. Research has shown that people tend to quit their jobs after experiencing a turnover shock: a life event that precipitates self-reflection about one’s job satisfaction. Shocks can be positive, like grad school acceptance or a new baby, or negative, like a divorce or sick relative. Or they can be global catastrophes like COVID-19 that upend every aspect of daily life.”
This can be tough for you on a number of levels – if you’re an employer, how can you run your business if your best people are leaving? And if you want them to stay, how can you afford to run your business while you provide your staff with the things they want? Finally, if you’ve been affected by turnover shock, how are you coping with your new reality?
Here are five things you need to know right now:
- Why workers are leaving their jobs in record numbers.
- What actions employers can take to stop the exodus and retain their people right now.
- How to replace a “change management” mindset with a “growth management” mindset.
- How purpose drives retention in the new world of work.
- Proven ways to move from uncertainty to clarity in your business and your life.
This is exactly what I explored in my latest book, Is That All There Is? I spoke to people who had successfully pivoted their careers and their lives to understand exactly why, when, and how they changed their lives.
I believe their stories will show you how you and your company can benefit from this seemingly overwhelming new reality and move from uncertainty to clarity.
Forbes Magazine’s review of Is That All There Is? said: “Turkel dishes up plenty of stories, interviews with successful people, and lessons that can help you. If you want the answer, this book will help you get there.”
Of course, there are as many different paths to success and fulfillment as there are different people who follow those paths. That’s why I spoke to so many different people. And that’s why Is That All There Is? provides different strategies from the different people who used them successfully.
If this sounds like something you’re interested in, just click HERE to discover more about Is That All There Is?
This book is not a One-Size-Fits-All solution. And it’s not for people who are happy with the status quo or complacent with where they are in life. Instead, it’s a resource for you, but only IF you are looking for personal solutions for you and you alone.
By the way, if you’re not sure about what to do to keep your employees and yourself happy, don’t worry, it’s not your fault. For years we’ve all been trained to live the lives our parents, grandparents, spouses, and guidance counselors wanted us to live. But now it’s time to create the workplace and the life that you want.
The last time I checked Amazon, the listing said, “Only 10 left in stock.” Of course, it also said, “more on the way,” but if you want to get started on your best future, you might want to click HERE now.
Shifting from The Great Resignation to The Great Retention is a choice. The only question is who’s going to make it first – you or your employees?
In case you didn’t know already, I’m rooting for you.