On February 1st, I boldly proclaimed:
“I’m absolutely certain that every major news site will soon be reporting that a cadre of unhappy workers are all looking for something better.”
Guess what I just found…
I was excited to read this article. (Yes, I have a “find all things LinkedIn” search bot that brings things to my attention;-)
That says among other things:
- 79% of US workers “were planning on looking for a new job once the economy improves.”
- 50% felt they had no choice but to search for a better career path elsewhere.
- 28% say they were mistreated and wouldn’t mind sticking it to their employer.
Now that’s just me paraphrasing Mainstreet, but I think if you read the original, you’ll see that I’ve got it about right!
Majority looking for something new!
That statement is looking even better – when other people repeat it.
Read the original post here: Employment Satisfaction Distraction
And for those employers that have a clue – if you play musical chairs well, you just might attract the very best workers.
Daylight Savings Uninteresting?
Hey – there’s a poll about DST in the right hand column – can you let us know what you think about the great clock switcharoo?
To your continued success,