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There’s No Slowing the Great Resignation | Inc.com

November fueled another record month for the Great Resignation, as 4.5 million workers either left or switched jobs, according to data released Tuesday by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

The November milestone usurps the previous record of approximately 4.4 million workers who ditched their jobs in September.

The so-called quits rate, which examines the amount of voluntary departures as a percentage of total employment, increased in both smaller businesses employing one to nine workers as well as larger shops with 1,000 to 4,999 workers.

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In 2022, Get Ready for the Great Onboarding | Inc.com

It’s now been more than six months since the term “Great Resignation” started hitting headlines, as employees facing rising costs ventured out on a mass scale to look for better wages and better experiences. The term has taken on a life of its own, with countless articles, a Wikipedia page and even as the title of a book.

But so far, coverage of the “Great Resignation” has focused on the negative: the workers that businesses are losing. More than half a year after the start of this great exodus, it’s time for leaders to look at where employees are headed next and to get ready for the next phase of the ever-changing employment situation: “The Great Onboarding.”

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