A combination of low unemployment and a large number of job openings has put leverage into workers’ hands. People have the ability to switch jobs in order to make more money or get perks that their current position does not offer, and that has employers a bit worried.
Over eight in 10 (81%) employers are worried about holding on to top talent, according to a new survey from Robert Half, a global staffing firm. A third of the employers surveyed (33%) said they are “very concerned,” which makes sense because a separate survey conducted by the same company showed that 43% of professionals plan to look for a new job at some point over the next year.
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