Most corporate employees have grown accustomed to the pandemic's changes in their daily lives. However, other social and sociological changes in employment and jobs have occurred. This article examines the implications of a newly coined term, Great Resignation, one of the most visible faces of this shifting social landscape.
The world has been keeping itself afloat through the COVID-19 crisis for two years now. Most corporate employees have become used to the pandemic-induced changes in their daily lives, such as maintaining social distancing, working from home, relying on online meetings, and other such mandatory regulations.
But mostly unnoticed by ordinary people, there have been other social and sociological changes in employment and jobs, people’s work ethos, and in the labour markets. One of the most visible faces of this changing social scenario is the phenomenon known as the Great Resignation. Let’s examine the implications of this newly minted term.
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What is the Great Resignation?
As the name indicate...