“All money is not good money.”

Wages and benefits may attract, but culture decides whether people will stay.

Whether they called it bad management, discrimination, or a “toxic” work environment, almost one in five people who quit their jobs in the past year attributed their decision to cultural issues in their work environment. As one focus group participant put it, “All money is not good money.” Having weathered extreme circumstances and experienced new opportunities, more than half of workers are struggling with increased stress, one in five felt burnout significant enough to call in sick for, and overall are less inclined to stay in a job they dread. Here's how workers are experiencing and feeling about work today.

Feelings About Work

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