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We’ve heard of quiet quitting, the Great Resignation and seen the upheaval in a tight labor market during the pandemic. But digging deeper into the workforce psyche reveals a greater issue at hand.

A new Workforce Institute at UKG survey based on 10 countries, shows that nearly half (46%) of the 2,200 global employees (and an additional 600 C-suite and 600 HR leaders in the U.S.) would not recommend their company or their profession to their children or any young person they care about. In addition, 38% of employees wouldn’t wish their job on their worst enemy (45% in the U.S.).

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