Slayton Search Partners: Dismantling the Employee-Employer Disconnect
We've heard of the Great Resignation spreading across industries. There seems to be a disconnect between employees and employers. Overwhelmingly, many business leaders believe these people are leaving because of inadequate compensation, remote work, development opportunities, or simply better job prospects. However, workers rate these lower on the importance scale.
77% of employees want to work for an employer where they feel connected to the purpose and people. In fact, three in five people would consider leaving a job if that connection was missing.
Slayton Search Partners explores this employee-employer disconnect and explains how to rekindle the connection:
- Where’s the employee-employer disconnect?
- The role of connection in worker satisfaction
- How to restore connection
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