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    Nearly half of workers will start looking for a new job in the next year, new research says

    Abstract:About 43% of workers will look for a new job this year, and employers should start working on retaining them now.

      New research shows that 43% of workers are planning on searching for a new job in the next year, which is “unusually” high.

      Employers worried about staff retention have a reason for concern. The thing most likely to entice employees into staying was a higher salary.

      If employers want to keep these employees, they need to look into strengthening compensation, benefits, and work-life balance.

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      Forty-three percent of workers plan on looking for a job in the next 12 months, new research from global staffing firm Robert Half says.

      A separate survey finds that 81% of employers are concerned about holding on to top talent, with one in three being very concerned.

      A full 43% planning to look for a job is an unusually high number, says Brett Good, senior district president for Robert Half.

      “Having gone through a few economic cycles over the course of my career, this number is the highest I've seen from a survey,” said Good. “Imagine an organization losing 43% of its staff during a 12-month period. Is it any wonder why so many employers are 'concerned' or 'very concerned' about staff retention? This high number speaks to the strength of the market and the confidence that employees have in their ability to find new employment opportunities.”

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