Planet Labor becomes mind RH

More than 40% of French and 20% of UK workers could quit their jobs because of a lack of meaning

Businesses are being forced to reimagine their HR strategies in a world of work that has been permanently disrupted by Covid-19, and because of the Great Resignation phenomenon that since 2021 has been affecting several Western countries. Two surveys, one French and one UK, published on 20 and 21 June respectively, reveal that,in addition to salary levels amid rising inflation, it is the question of the meaning of work (usefulness of work, career progression, QWL) that is fuelling this phenomenon.

Through . Published on 21 June 2022 à 13h26 - Update on 22 June 2022 à 10h25

Nearly 28% of French respondents indicated they would plan to leave a job because it lacked meaning and 32% have already thought about doing so. This is one result from the Anact (National Agency for Improved Working Conditions) ‘Les actifs et le sens au travail’ (Working people and meaning at work) survey, which was carried out by Opinionway for the ‘Semaine de la qualité de vie au travail’ (Quality of Life at Work Week) that runs until 24 June.…

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