The Great Resignation is still raging on – quietly or loudly. A whopping 4 million Americans quit their jobs in August, and the trend isn’t expected to stop anytime soon.

Why are so many people still calling it quits? Why some know it as the Great Resignation, we believe it’s the Great Reprioritization. While each individual’s decision to leave their job is unique and personal, there is one key reason why so many employees are choosing to leave their jobs: They are reprioritizing their families.

That means to attract and retain talent today, organizations need to consider the needs of the whole employee — and offer benefits that meet those needs. According to a Willis Towers Watson survey, 77% of employers plan to increase family care benefits over the next three years.

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