On Demand - Town hall Discussion: The Best Utility Response to “The Great Resignation” - [an Energy Central & Utility 2030 PowerSession™]
- May 21, 2022 1:52 am GMT
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What we are calling “The Great Resignation” is a modern phenomenon where employees are leaving their jobs in droves. It is impacting all businesses in negative ways, including utility companies.
Prompted by the Coronavirus pandemic, “The Great Resignation” began when people started resigning to avoid exposure to the virus or care for children or elderly relatives who no longer had a safe place to spend their daylight hours.
Now, as other aspects of people’s lives are going back to normal, "The Great Resignation" charges forward.
The pandemic showed people who have traditionally feared termination that life goes on when they quit, and there are alternatives to living out their days in a workplace hell. They are re-thinking where, how, and why they work and, in many cases, choosing to live on less.
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