By Sodexo guest blogger Randy Emelo
SOURCE: Sodexo, Inc.
A recent study published in The Harvard Business Review estimates that the average young, talented worker only stays at the same job for 28 months before moving on to another company. The same report stated that nearly three-quarters of a company’s young high-achieving employees are actively looking for other opportunities outside of their company, and are interviewing with another company at least once a year. On top of this, 95% admitted to regularly looking for other potential employers and employment opportunities.
Why are so many high-quality young employees constantly looking for other opportunities? Why aren’t they staying with companies longer? Why is future leadership leaving in droves?
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