It seems like the days when people would stay with a single employer for decades are long gone.
The numbers say that millennials—the most populous generation in the U.S. labor force—change their jobs at three times the rate of older generations. A resume packed with frequent job hops no longer carries the stigma it once did.
Changing attitudes about employment are combining with a booming economy to generate the highest quit-rate in years. And more than half of American workers are looking for a new job or watching openings.
In other words, if an employee isn’t highly engaged, they’re out the door.