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54% of Hiring Managers and HR Professionals Say Many Employees Leaving Their Companies are Choosing to Work for Themselves

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The truth someone once told me is this; there is a reason why salaries are paid monthly, and when you are on your own, you better maintain that tradition. I hope this is known to those who are now choosing to work for themselves. This caution is important as 54% of hiring managers and HR professionals say many employees leaving their companies are choosing to work for themselves.

Fiverr International Ltd. (NYSE: FVRR), is the company that is changing how the world works together. While Hibob is the company behind ‘bob’, the HR platform. They are the one that is changing the work experience for fast-growing, mid-sized businesses and their employees. […]

Today, both companies Fiverr Business and Hibob released insights from a recent survey of over 1000 U.S.-based HR professionals and hiring managers, where they were asked about the current state of their company’s workforce amid the “Great Resignation.”

Curiously, all that employees are saying is that there is an increased desire for flexibility in their work-life. And it may make sense, especially if those leaving are senior, experienced and have a family to take care of.

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46% said that at their companies, managers and directors are the ones leaving more than entry level employees. Surprisingly, 56% of the HR professionals and hiring managers who have seen employees leave in the last six months said that the people leaving their companies are between ages 36-45. While 37% said that people leaving are between ages 26-35.

Seeking Flexibility Like Freelancing Freedom

When people leave and you have to recruit freelancers, there is a problem since a freelancer already wants to be ‘free’. And if this is the same thing that internal employees are asking for, it is time that companies act. This press release features multimedia and you can view the full release here :

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Facing Work Life’s Daily Challenges

In his book, Sometimes You Win, Sometimes You Lose/Learn, John Maxwell on page 221 thinks that getting stronger at our broken places depends on our attitude and our choices. He said that we can become stronger at our broken places if we choose to learn from our mistakes, correct our course, and try again.

“The world breaks everyone and afterward, many are strong at the broken places.”

Ernest Hemingway/ Novel, Farewell to Arms

According to Maxwell, our failures in life (and at our broken places), as painful as they are, can be our most valuable source of learning experiences, and our greatest source of renewed strength.

“Success is how high you bounce, after you hit bottom”

General George S. Paton

Perhaps, you can achieve success without hitting rock bottom. But take your mind back to when you were a toddler; the first steps, the many falls, and failed attempts. And then your steps got stable, the knees got the rhythm and walking on two feet forever became normal.

Writing something as basic as an official email requires many deletes, re-write and reviews. So also does getting a promotion or a raise at work requires many days or months of waking up, heading to work and doing all that is required. Therefore, today’s feeling of dejection, stagnation, miserableness or actual failure is only a pause; a time to reflect and take in some learnings.

“If you’re willing to accept failure and learn from it, if you’re willing to consider failure as a blessing in disguise and bounce back, you’ve got the potential of harnessing one of the most powerful success forces.”

Joseph Sugarman (Author and Entrepreneur)

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