'Great Resignation' reaches SA as employees are overworked and there are no boundaries, survey finds

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More people are quitting their jobs, citing working longer hours since the pandemic started and toxic working environments.
More people are quitting their jobs, citing working longer hours since the pandemic started and toxic working environments.
Chalirmpoj Pimpisarn

It's been called the Great Resignation.

Overworked employees are resigning in droves as the pandemic has led to many companies laying off workers, leaving current staff burning the candle at both ends. 

Longer working hours, fewer opportunities to take leave, and toxic work environments are just some of the reasons for the great resignation, according to the findings of research by reward management platform Remchannel

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