Many employees voluntarily leave their positions on a regular basis. Even though some of these individuals may be content in their current jobs, they continue to be open to new opportunities. There are a variety of factors that may contribute to an employee’s willingness to change jobs.
A Brief Overview of Job Hopping Trends
By the end of June 2015, for example, 2.7 million workers chose to leave their positions on a voluntary basis. It’s important to note that this amounted to a 25% increase from 2013. Furthermore, a 2016 Gallup poll identified Millennials as the “Job Hopping Generation.” The poll’s results indicated that this age group was more open to new positions than other age groups, with six out of ten of the participants being willing to change jobs at any time.
A Brief Overview of Factors That Lead to Failed Hires
Robert Half conducted a survey with 1,400 executives regarding failed hires. While performance issues were part of the equation, the pr