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What naturally follows the Great Resignation?

CEOWORLD Magazine - Michael Veale, ETU's CEO

ETU's Chief Executive Officer, Michael Veale, recently contributed an article to CEOWORLD magazine that focused on how organizations can utilize reskilling and upskilling for engagement, job satisfaction, and retention.

The Great Resignation has presented company leadership with many new challenges, but none more so than retaining valuable staff. It is more important than ever that employees who have stayed on not only feel like they are capable of taking on the new responsibilities that are now expected of them, but that they are valued and respected. Reskilling and upskilling can be the catalyst for boosting retention rates. 

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