Frederick, Maryland – Oct. 28, 2020 – iHire today published its 2020 Talent Retention Report, unveiling findings from the recruitment technology leader’s survey of 2,871 U.S. workers. The second annual survey’s results suggest that 51.1% of employees have left a role in the past year, as job dissatisfaction rose 7.4% from 2019. The full report is available to download: https://go.ihire.com/7cch.
Highlights from iHire’s 2020 Talent Retention Report include:
“Even amidst the volatile and competitive labor market, employees are seeking greener pastures for a range of reasons – from a lack of workplace flexibility to the desire to change careers completely,” said Steve Flook, iHire’s President and CEO. “As businesses recover from the impacts from COVID-19, employers must focus not only on recruiting and rebuilding their teams in 2021, but also on retaining them. Providing fair compensation and benefits, supporting work/life balances, and demonstrating career advancement opportunities are all excellent places to start.”
A total of 2,871 U.S. job seekers responded to iHire’s survey in September 2020. Respondents came from iHire’s database of active and passive job seekers across 56 industries. Participants could select more than one answer for some questions, so percentages add up to a sum greater than 100%.
Access your free copy of the report: https://go.ihire.com/7cch.
iHire is a leading career-oriented platform that brings candidates and employers together in 56 industry-focused communities. We believe that by narrowing job seekers’ and employers’ searches within a specific industry, we can connect high-quality talent with the right opportunities faster, easier, and more effectively than a general job board. Everyone deserves to find work that is fulfilling, inspiring, and meaningful. Since 1999, we’ve combined cutting-edge technology with our expertise in the recruitment space and the invaluable insights of our members to achieve just that. Visit www.ihire.com for more information.