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It’s an employee’s job market

By alexaqz
Published Last updated This article is more than 2 years old.

In July, more than 2.7 million US workers voluntarily left their jobs, something that was unthinkable for most people back in the thick of the recession. Today, with more jobs to choose from and a growing desire to seek out meaningful, culturally-aligned work, skilled workers are feeling more and more empowered to seek out the jobs that suit them best.

While the threat of a mass talent exodus seems troubling, the shifting talent market offers proactive companies the opportunity to deeply invest in their people. These pioneers are evaluating their talent management processes and adopting systems that allow them to recognize, empower, and retain their top performers so that no matter what direction the talent economy shifts, they can be confident in the high quality and stability of their workforce.

Learn more about how Workday’s suite of intuitive and unified HRM solutions can deliver the insights companies need to align their goals and people, regardless of talent supply and demand.

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