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The Great Resignation vs. the C-Suite

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  1. U.S Chamber of Commerce, “Understanding America’s Labor Shortage,” August 19, 2022 Back
  2. U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics, “Job Openings and Labor Turnover Summary,” August 30, 2022 Back
  3. U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics, “Employee Situation Summary,” September 2, 2022 Back
  4. Society for Human Resource Management, “Interactive Chart: How Historic Has the Great Resignation Been?,” March 9, 2022 Back
  5. U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics, “Job Openings and Labor Turnover Summary,” August 30, 2022 Back
  6. Gartner, “CEOs Turn a Sharp Eye to Workforce Issues and Sustainability in 2022-2023,” April 27, 2022 Back
  7. ibid Back
  8. Deloitte, “Summer 2022 Fortune/Deloitte CEO Survey,” June 2022 Back
  9. Conference Board, “C-Suite Outlook 2022: Reset and Reimagine,” 2022 Back
  10. Lever, “2022 Great Resignation: The State of Internal Mobility and Employee Retention Report,” Back
  11. New York Post, “Inflation Costing Americans an Extra $460 Per Month, Analysis Says,” July 29, 2022 Back
  12. Deloitte, “Summer 2022 Fortune/Deloitte CEO Survey,” June 2022 Back
  13. ibid Back