Recession is stemming flow of talent, CIPD finds

Churchard, Claire
July 2009
People Management;7/30/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 16, p7
The article reports on the increasing job dissatisfaction among employees in Great Britain, according to a quarterly Employee Outlook survey of 3,000 employees conducted by YouGov for the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD). Thirty-four percent of respondents would like to change jobs, and 49 percent are considering working in a different sector or changing careers completely. The results indicate that the poor state of the labour market is preventing employees from leaving their jobs.


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