According to the latest data from LinkedIn’s Workforce Confidence Index, one third of the UK workforce is actively looking for a new job whilst a further 26% of workers are casually looking for a new job and 30% – while not actively looking – are open to the right offer. This means that only 13% of workers are not looking and not interested in any new opportunities right now.
And whilst many may well be making up for the time of increased instability due to coronavirus over the past few months, it seems that the key impetus for the change is the way in which bosses handled their company’s reaction to the pandemic.
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