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The hiring process in 2022 will be difficult; companies need to accelerate their pace for candidate selection. The so-called Great Resignation is still going strong. For 20 years, the resignation rate in the United States had not exceeded 2.4% of the workforce per month. In late 2021, resignation rates in the private sector increased to 3.4% per month. The foodservice industry saw some of the highest resignation rates at 6.8% per month.

Related: Great Resignation or Great Reshuffle?

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