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Surviving the
Great Resignation

One in five workers quit in the last 6 months and it's not looking any better in the next 6 months. Seeking a new direction, disengagement at work and lack of leadership support all impact an employee's desire to leave, and with the average cost of an employee resignation at $11,000, the Great Resignation could be costly for your organization.

Let Purpose HQ help you survive the Great Resignation and craft a culture that engages your people and keeps them growing with you. 

The State of Talent Optimization

Download the 2022 Report

300+ executives reveal the cost of the “Big Quit” and the top drivers of employee retention.

In November 2021, The Predictive Index surveyed 326 executives about The Great Resignation. Not only did they share their thoughts on why their people are quitting, but also their own mounting frustrations with work.

As the report shows, companies that have the best odds of combatting churn recognize the value of their people and put them in environments where they thrive. They’re achieving success with talent optimization.



Nonprofit HR's 2021 Nonprofit Talent Retention Practices Survey found that 42% of responding nonprofit leaders expected their employee turnover rates to increase in the coming year, and 80% of respondents said that their organizations did not have a talent retention strategy in place.

We know that nonprofit organizations have not been immune to the Great resignation and in fact, we're finding high rates of burnout among many who work in the sector. 

You're not alone in creating the strategies that help you not just retain your employees but also help them do their best work. 

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