sign saying gig, job, work Employees ages 30-35, 35-40 and 40-45 saw large increases in resignations, suggesting that workers who are established in their careers are continuing to shift jobs. (Image: Shutterstock)

A new report finds suggests that there may be a higher-than-usual wave of resignations in 2021, at a time when labor shortages are a concern for employers.

The “resignation wave” that has been seen by analysts has many causes, but the report from Visier noted that in recent years, employers have consistently seen spikes in resignations between June and September.

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