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“It really felt like a point in time when companies were asking what they could do to be more competitive for talent and without asking workers, who would know[?],” Burke said.
In a recent survey of over 750 local employers by the Fund for our Economic Future, nearly 80% confirmed that they are struggling to not only attract, but also retain employees.
By Kim Palmer for Crain's Cleveland Business More than 400,000 people in Northeast Ohio quit a job in the past year, and more than 330,000 said that in the next 12 months they plan to look for a new job, according to a survey that found the pandemic has driven many to...
This post originally appeared on Forbes on June 30, 2022. Read the original post here. By Ethan Karp, President and CEO of MAGNET Manufacturers are not alone in wondering what has happened to the shrinking base of American workers over the last two years. Have they...