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Recession: The workforce is now entering a period of considerable uncertainty; resignation certainly not an option

Employers may soon be able to breathe a sigh of relief after nearly two years of The Great Resignation in the workplace.

The Great Resignation has been “emerged from” by the job market, according to LinkedIn CEO Ryan Roslansky on CNBC Make It.

The widespread flight of workers during the epidemic is referred to as the phenomenon, also called the “Great Reshuffle.”

Roslansky claims that from a high of 44% in September of last year to -2% this year, the percentage of global LinkedIn members changing employment has decreased year over year.

Similar to North America, the “job transition rate” in Asia-Pacific has sharply decreased over the same time frame, dropping from a peak of 83% to 4%, he added.

The widespread flight of workers during the epidemic is referred to as the phenomenon, also called the “Great Reshuffle.”

Roslansky claims that from a high of 44% in September of last year to -2% this year, the percentage of global LinkedIn members changing employment has decreased year over year.

Similar to North America, the “job transition rate” in Asia-Pacific has sharply decreased over the same time frame, dropping from a peak of 83% to 4%, he added.

Due to recent employment reductions at online behemoths Twitter, Meta, and Salesforce, more than 20,000 American computer workers have been let go in just November.

“Employees are acutely aware of this uncertain environment, too. In the past few years, they’ve been worried about their health, their job security, and their pocketbooks.”

The workforce is currently “facing a period of extreme uncertainty” as opposed to the Great Resignation, according to Roslansky.

According to LinkedIn’s most recent Global Talent Trends study, employees’ belief that their financial status will improve is declining.

Employee trust has fallen in five of the eight countries examined, including Japan and India.

In fact, seven out of ten APAC CEOs think their organizations will be compelled to roll back advancements in flexible working, talent development, and employee health.

However, Roslansky noted that the demand for these remote positions “continues to outstrip supply,” a sign that employees are resisting a return to the previous modes of employment.

“Applications for remote employment have stayed stable at just above 20% in India, for instance, even while remote jobs have fallen to 11% from a peak of 19% in March of this year,” he continued.

Similar to Singapore, where applications for remote work make up 8% of all applications but making up just 5% of opportunities on LinkedIn,

In addition to income and work-life balance, flexibility continues to rank among employees’ top goals for their careers, according to a report from LinkedIn.

“We can’t turn around Companies that embrace the new ways of working, as opposed to turning back to pre-pandemic methods, will, in my opinion, emerge stronger and maintain a competitive advantage, Roslansky said.

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