Multiple studies have covered a ‘Great Resignation’ phenomenon as a result of the global pandemic. Workers supposedly discovered how much they ‘disliked’ their jobs, and have been resigning in droves.
However, much of this coverage can be heavily skewed towards broad global sentiment. Is this phenomenon a reality in South East Asia (SEA)?
How likely are professionals thinking of quitting their jobs? Are they really submitting their resignation letters? This report provides a reality check and unpacks the ‘Great Resignation’ wave in SEA.
Robert Walters surveyed 2,638 professionals and 1,131 companies across 6 SEA countries. We find out what talent and organisations in SEA think about quitting/changing jobs and staff turnover over the past year.
Findings from our survey includes these 6 SEA countries:
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