They Like you!
But how can you use workers' newfound love for their employers to your advantage?
Is employee loyalty making a comeback? That's the trend John A. Challenger, CEO of the outplacement firm Challenger, Gray and Christmas Inc., is seeing.
The company's quarterly Job Market Index Survey of 3,000 discharged managers and executives reports that the median tenure has increased an average of 4.75 percent each year since 1991.
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