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Are workers really quitting over company values?

Are workers really quitting over company values?

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Great resignation is driven by values

The great resignation has shown that many employers are changing to jobs with better perks such as flexibility, work-life balance or pay. But there is also a growing narrative that employees are quitting based on how well corporate values align with their own.

Emerging data...

In the past two years, the combination of the pandemic, racial injustice and political polarisation has created a widespread sense that people expect businesses to lead in values.

Workers are leaving their jobs because of workplace culture. This trend is changing ho...

Resignation over company ethics overblown

Reports of mass resignation over a company's ethics may be inflated. Not every employee whose values are misaligned with their employer is ready to leave.

Instead, they may push for the organisation to shift its values by staging walkouts or organising diversity and inclus...

Countless research over decades shows that people want to work for organisations with values in line with their own.

However, the conditions the Great Resignation has created, such as an overabundance of positions for workers to pick from, better perks and higher salaries, ...

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