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For the first time in nearly 10 years, employee engagement has decreased, according to new insights from Quantum Workplace, with the percentage of highly engaged employees falling to 76% in 2023. Though employees are most likely to leave for better...
More than half of U.S. manufacturing workers are willing to take a pay cut to work in a more tech-driven factory, according to Epicor's latest “Voice of the Essential Manufacturing Worker" survey. This highlights the growing demand for modern...
Though less optimistic about the availability of jobs in their chosen field than they were a year ago (28% compared to 34%), 37% of employees in the U.S. are hoping to find a new job this year, as revealed...
Work-life balance is becoming more important than career progression, according to new research from Randstad. After surveying 27,000 workers across Europe, Asia Pacific, and the Americas, Randstad found that nearly half (47%) aren’t focused on advancing their career. The...
Almost one in three tech professionals are actively looking for a new job, according to new research from Dice, and 60% plan to find a new employer within the next year (up from 52% last year). Based on the survey...
Though pay is what motivates most hourly workers to stay or go, they’re also prioritizing career advancement opportunities and a respectful, flexible workplace, according to the latest edition of “The Voice of the American Workforce” from Employbridge. For the 17th...
Employees are trickling back into the office, loosening up on their workplace priorities, and holding onto their current jobs, according to Morning Consult’s new State of Workers 2023 report. Morning Consult surveyed 6,610 American adults to learn how the workforce...

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