DEI is key to avoiding the Great Resignation: How fair chance hiring can help
More than 77 million Americans have a criminal record -- including these workers in the hiring process can expand businesses's applicant pool.
By Linda Shaffer|October 20, 2021 at 08:05 AM
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The Great Resignation is upon us as employees are quitting their jobs at an unfathomable pace. From April to July, almost four million workers left their jobs each month, a record-breaking streak. Employers are feeling the strain as nearly nine out of 10 executives report they are seeing higher-than-normal turnover at their organization.
Unfortunately, all signs indicate this trend will continue as the same study shows 65% of employees are looking for a new job right now. With the workforce in a state of disarray, it is imperative employers take steps to increase retention and attract top talent.
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