Employment experts are pointing to many factors leading to "The Great Resignation", but, a new study may suggest that faulty workplace technology may be a driving factor in employee retention. Listen to Max & Amy discuss a StudyFinds.org article that reveals the results of a Compucom/OnePoll research, where 1,000 remote or hybrid workers and 1,000 IT professionals were surveyed about how frustration with workplace tech may be contributing to their desire to leave employment. According to the study - half of American workers are so frustrated with their workplace tech that they have either switched jobs, or are "actively applying" for work elsewhere.
"Daily frustrations" include slow web traffic, lack of online resources when working from home and the constant need to restart their computer. Maybe its time for employers to look at tech upgrades to retain employees?