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Workers Don’t Quit Jobs, They Leave Mismanaged Businesses

Employees leave companies that aren’t managed well enough to retain their workers

Photo by Mohamed Nohassi on Unsplash

For over a decade, workers have been toiling in positions that don’t pay enough. It’s not like millions woke up en masse one day and collectively realized they have been exploited. Over decades, middle class workers lost over…

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