The CEO lip service of the “Resignation” moment is amazing to watch

Look at this chart above for a second, if you will. Let’s go down the chart in terms of what CEOs are supposedly doing to “strengthen talent.”

  1. Increased flexibility: This makes it feel like flexibility is a perk of work, which perhaps it is, but in reality sometimes in human history people have had children or their mom has been widowed, or someone…

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