business woman leaning against giant dollar sign Although career mobility may be emerging as an important factor in attracting and retaining workers, money still matters. (Photo: Shutterstock)

A new report on the Great Resignation suggests that companies might have more luck retaining employees if they provide opportunities for internal mobility for employees and resources for upskilling and education.

The report from Lever, a talent acquisition software platform, said that at a time when 80% of companies are having trouble finding qualified workers, there are some strategies for talent attraction and retention that show promise. These include higher pay and flexibility, but also suggest that a new focus on internal mobility for employees could make a difference.

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