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 May 30, 2022

WSP looks at the Great Resignation, with Broadcaster David Mead hosting a video that unpicks the ‘big quit’ that swept the corporate world and beyond. 

Introducing the video, David recounts how the outbreak of COVID-19 enforced home working for many people, which consequently encouraged them to rethink how they worked, and their priorities. 

Instigating innovation and hybrid working

While this led to a tidal wave of resignations, it also instigated innovation. With a shift to hybrid working, employers rethought their office spaces, office hours, technology, wellbeing strategies, and their learning and development programmes. 

Companies such as WSP also reconsidered their recruitment practices. “For employees in 2022 the choices really are many, with so much movement in the market and employers working harder than ever before to attract people, the great resignation might have been called the great re-imagination,” says David. 

According to David, research shows that people are looking for meaningful change, more inclusive workplaces, better training, and companies that state their values and actually stand by them. 

Working hard to meet employees needs 

Further employee needs include aspects like support with well-being and greater collaboration opportunities online and offline. “Employers like WSP are working hard to answer those needs every single day. More global, more connected and more flexible,” David explains. 

David says that all around the world companies are re-imagining themselves for the new normal, and candidates are reaping the rewards. 

“You can start right here at WSP. From the big quit to the perfect fit, if you’re looking to re-imagine your career, to rethink, to remake, it’s easy. Just go to any of the five videos in our series to find out where a role with WSP could take you,” he says. 

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