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The Great Resignation of 2021 will continue to pick up momentum in 2022

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The Great Resignation of 2021 will continue to pick up momentum in 2022 as more people are expected to return to the office on a more full-time basis.

In the United States alone, more than 65-million people resigned last year, choosing to rather work remotely or try out new careers instead of returning to the office for a full 8-hour workday.

Managing Director of Dyna Training, Roland Innes says the trend would also gain traction in South Africa as more businesses now re-open fully after months of lockdown restrictions.

Innes says vaccine mandates at workplaces may also deter employees from returning to the office.

He advises employers to consult with their workforce before concreting return-to-work strategies.

Read more on this phenomenon here.

Access Innes’ full interview with Smile 90.4FM’s Benito Vergotine here.

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