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Why 2018 could be the year underpaid employees have had enough [MarketWatch]

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PDF Why 2018 could be the year underpaid employees have had enough Employees who do not get raises may be more likely to leave for greener pastures. One in three (35%) hiring decision makers expect more employees to quit over the next 12 months, a report from job-finder site Glassdoor found. And the biggest reason? Increased salary offers from rival firms. Nearly half (45%) say salary is the top reason for employees changing jobs, followed by career advancement opportunities, benefits, and location. While most employees (64%) believe their organization is either satisfactory or very satisfactory at clearly setting pay and benefit expectations within job postings, 37% of hiring managers surveyed say retention rates would increase significantly if new hires were better informed during the hiring process. Employees leaving jobs for more money may be more common because unemployment is currently the lowest it’s been since 2000, Brianna McGurran, student finance and careers expert at personal- [Read more]

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