by Kevin Juhasz
One of the biggest issues facing multifamily, as well as numerous other industries, has different phases and different names. There’s been “The Great Resignation.” We’ve also heard plenty about “Quiet Quitting.” While they may make for great headlines, these labels take away from the complexity and nuance of the issue — the gaps in the employee experience are affecting drive, performance and retention. To fill those gaps, employers must cultivate a new working environment.
Stagnant wages, a lack of recognition, the absence of growth opportunities and an unsatisfactory company culture have created a situation where frustrated employees will do just enough to keep their position and then leave for a better opportunity. Decades of company loyalty are no longer a given, and more than ever, organizations are responsible for creating an employee experience that encourages people to stay.
Read Kevin Juhasz’s article in UNITS.