Millennials have a reputation for job hopping, but this isn’t limited to their generation. In fact, younger Baby Boomers and Gen-Xers are sometimes placed in this same situation (whether of their own volition or it being thrust upon them).
What prompts most people to change jobs in high employment environments like we’re currently in?
You might feel it’s a sellers’ market with the economy humming along as it is. While it may be true companies may sweeten salary offers to stay competitive, dollar signs alone don’t drive the decision to switch jobs.
“Every situation is different,” says Craig Libis, CEO of Executive Recruiting Consultants in Dell Rapids, South Dakota. “Money is usually 4 or 5 on the list.
Indeed, when employers can afford it, they often fall to temptation and use cash as a proxy to salve employee concerns. This can backfire when problems run much deeper than the condition of the employee’s bank account.
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