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  • Workers in the US are reevaluating their careers
  • Workers in the US are reevaluating their careers
    Danny Lines (2021) ©
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Workers in the US are reevaluating their careers

The pandemic has driven many people to reevaluate what they want in life and for almost one in two Americans, it seems that work just isn’t working for them. Amid the ‘Great Resignation’, research from Gallup suggests that managers are key to retaining, engaging, and inspiring employees.

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