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The numbers are in. We’ve had a record number of job advertisements in February - up 8.4%, which saw Australia reach a new post-pandemic high. These latest job advertisements represent a 46% increase in movement from January 2020 to now in Australia. With labour demand growing and the job-switching expected to continue, speed will be key for recruiters and businesses to secure new talent in 2022.
Video calling has quickly become a common practice for many businesses in 2022. However, this will be the first time interviewing in front of a camera for most of us. A recent Drake survey showed three out of four people are either thinking about a career change or actively interviewing for a new role. This data points to last year's predictions of "The Great Resignation," now underway.
‘The Great Resignation, also known as the Big Quit, is an ongoing economic trend in which employees have voluntarily resigned from their jobs en masse, beginning in early 2021, primarily in the United States. Possible causes include wage stagnation amid rising cost of living, economic freedom provided by COVID-19 stimulus payments, long-lasting job dissatisfaction, and safety concerns of the COVID-19 pandemic.’ (Wikipedia, 2022)
A resignation letter may feel like an outdated formality; however, it is still an extremely important aspect of the resignation process and a vital opportunity to demonstrate your professionalism. Your resignation letter is used to officially notify your employer that you are terminating your employment with them. It is valuable to understand the appropriate essentials when writing and submitting a resignation letter.
With the great resignation on the tips of everyone’s lips, there are many now considering pastures anew. But, before you take the plunge, it might be worth asking yourself, what is the real reason you want to resign? Because, although sometimes the grass is greener, you need to make sure it isn’t just AstroTurf, before you leap into the neighbour’s garden!