9-30-2021 The Great Resignation

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Coined in 2019 by Texas A&Ms Anthony Klotz, “The Great Resignation” was derived from the post-quarantine trend that saw a mass, voluntary exodus of the workforce. From April to June 2021, the U.S. Department of Labor reported 11.5 million workers quit their jobs. So, why did this enormous amount of workers decide now was the time? Is the Great Resignation over? Was this a fluke? Is it localized only to Gen-Z?

This session is for you if you are…
-In the percentage of those who have already left their previous role
-Considering a move
-An outsider watching from afar and curious what this is all about
-A manager or HR professional that is experiencing your own team’s turnover and curious about the trends

Join Elizabeth Urbanucci ’12 CCS, Assistant Vice President of Human Resources at Conning, and John Brady – Managing Director & Executive Performance Coach with Protem Partners, UConn Alumni’s preferred resource for Career & Management Consulting, as they break down the Great Resignation, discuss its impact, what we can elicit from trends being seen and what is forecasted next in this unfolding career trend.

Panelist:
JOHN BRADY
Managing Director & Executive Performance Coach
Protem Partners

ELIZABETH URBANUCCI '12 CCS
Assistant Vice President in Human Resources
Conning
Category
Management
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