Presenteeism could be at the heart of the languishing workforce, and managers might think they know who their flight risks are–but chances are, they don’t. (Photo: Shutterstock)

A recent study by Catalyst found that half of the U.S. workforce intends on leaving their jobs as a result of the pandemic. Commonly referred to as The Great Recession, this mass exodus of workers across industries has impacted many aspects of the American economy and shows no signs of slowing down. If you have spoken with anyone who has changed jobs recently, or read the headlines on the subject, you may have noticed a few consistent themes that workers want from their workplaces: more flexibility, remote options, better benefits like paid family medical leave and more overall support around behavioral health.

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