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The Great Resignation

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The Great Resignation

What is driving millions of Americans to quit their jobs? We find that a single factor contributes to this phenomenon... lack of happiness at work. Employees need to measure daily mood at work to build a happiness score to make the right decisions.

What is driving millions of Americans to quit their jobs? We find that a single factor contributes to this phenomenon... lack of happiness at work. Employees need to measure daily mood at work to build a happiness score to make the right decisions.

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The Great Resignation

  1. 1. The great resignation! Why are millions of Americans quitting their jobs, some with no new job lined up? Employers are offering higher compensation,betterbenefits,flexible schedules, work from home opportunities and yet workers continue to leave. The dilemma lies in the lack of understanding by the employers of what their employees really want. We see monthly, quarterly, and annual surveys conducted by employers to monitorengagement,but none of these surveys capture what truly matters to the employees. Most surveys are "leading the witness" to ask questions that will always point to compensation, benefits,flex schedules and other short-term boosts for employees.But no one asks the employees,are you happy at work? How do you feel at work every day? Happiness may be the most fundamental reason why employees leave. Happiness at work and in life has two key components, purpose and contentment.Do your employees feel like their job has a purpose worth fulfilling, and are they content? You can't measure happiness with periodic pulse surveys. You need your employees to self- reflect and record their happiness either positive ornegative every single day. The human mood changes constantly and cannot be measuredjust a few times a year to understand how people are feeling. We need to track peoples’ moods daily to understand the moodtrend over a long period of time.That will show where the employees are heading. A long-term analysis of moodand happiness score yields a better storyabout work culture. We need to flip the switch and focus on our employees measuring theirhappiness just the way they measure their vital symptoms using fitness watches. While we emphasize physical health and provide tools to understand how we are doing, we provide no tool for people to see how they are feeling! How people feel affects all aspects of their lives. An average human works 90,000 hours in their life and spends half of all waking hours at work! Then why do we not put emphasis on how people feel at work? At moodrx.org we are beginning to see trends as people record theirmood daily. Imagine how these trends will evolve when we look at the happiness scores and mood trends for entire organizations.That is where the rubber will meet the road in our understanding of work culture and employee mental health!
  2. 2. In under 5 seconds a day, an employee can record their mood and begin building their happiness score at https://moodrx.org andit's always free. We must put employee mental health aheadof all otherpriorities if we want happy, healthy, and content employees with a purpose!

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