Great Resignation Wave to Hit Indonesia


Many people around the globe have voluntarily resigned from work since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. The ongoing phenomenon known as "The Great Resignation" or "Big Quit" is a term coined by Anthony Klots, an associate professor of management at Texas A&M University. The high rate of resignation is caused by the fatigue experienced by employees due to excessive work pressure.

Interestingly, such a phenomenon is also expected to hit Indonesia. A survey by specialist recruitment firm Robert Walters in Indonesia showed that 85 percent of employees have been reevaluating their jobs in the past year. "As many as 77 percent of employees have also been thinking about leaving their jobs in the past year," read Robert Walters' latest survey on Tuesday.

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