Monday, December 27, 2021

THE GREAT RESIGNATION: Employers Struggle to Retain Workers Amidst the 'great resignation'; Ron Johnson Slams Biden Spending — ‘Incentivizing’ People Not to Work, and related stories

Employers struggle to retain workers amidst the 'great resignation':
It has been a strange year for American workers. Seems like this time last year, folks wanted work as places shut down. Now, experts say we are experiencing "the great resignation".
"A year ago, everyone was struggling... now employers are struggling," said Francina Harrison, "The Career Engineer". "So what will happen next year? What will happen is change."
Big changes quickly came to the office including COVID protocol with desk partitions, hand sanitizing stations, and mandatory masking. Harrison said many people are still working from home and would like to continue to because flexibility is a major issue these days.
"Everyone can't work from home, we understand that... but there's still some flexibility in terms of shift work. 'Does it have to be every Friday, Saturday and Sunday I have to work?'" Harrison explained.
She said this area is full of remote or hybrid work opportunities.
"Hampton Roads was listed in a LinkedIn report as a remote work haven that you can live here and work anywhere." --->READ MORE HERE
Ron Johnson Slams Biden Spending — ‘Incentivizing’ People Not to Work:
During an interview that aired Sunday on New York WABC 770 AM radio’s “The Cats Roundtable,” Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) ripped President Joe Biden for creating inflation with his “massive deficit spending.”
Johnson told host John Catsimatidis that Democrat governance is “providing Americans the ability not to work” and “incentivizing them not to work.”
“A lot of people don’t fully understand the double whammy that Democrat governance is enacting on America as it relates to inflation,” Johnson explained. “So, they are passing all of this deficit spending on a partisan basis, so that’s creating a lot more dollars. Inflation is too many dollars chasing too few goods. So now they are creating new dollars, so you’ve got more dollars out there. But they are spending those dollars and providing Americans the ability not to work. We’re paying them not to work. We are incentivizing them not to work. … There’s probably not a manufacturer in Wisconsin that can hire enough people. They’re not able to fill all their shifts. They are not able to fill the orders. So, we already have all these supply shortages. That just exacerbates it.” --->LISTEN to Interview HERE
Follow links below to related stories:

Great Resignation: Quits Remain Near Record High

4.2M workers quit jobs in October, third-highest number on record

American Workers Are Burned Out, and Bosses Are Struggling to Respond

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