man looking at door in the middle of a field Only about half of survey respondents believe the benefits and rewards they receive are distinctive from what they could receive from another employer. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Although the Great Resignation is showing signs of slowing, a slight majority of employees are willing to at least listen to job offers.

“Resignations have showed signs of slowing in the last month, but now is not the time for employers to let their foot off the gas,” said Tim Glowa, a principal and leader of Grant Thornton’s employee listening and human capital services offerings. “American workers have found their voice during the pandemic, and they are perhaps keener than ever to ask for what they want — or find it elsewhere.”

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