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Companies are paying people thousands of dollars to quit their jobs. Experts say it can empower employees to take charge of their future

4 monthes ago   |   By Business Insider

The pay-to-quit technique can have surprising benefits. Maskot
Some companies are paying people thousands of dollars to quit their jobs.
The technique is giving employees the power to pursue a future they want, experts say.
"It opens a window to a much more self-determined employee experience," Ralf Specht told Insider.
The current state of the US labor market has left some businesses struggling to find and retain staff amid a seemingly never-ending labor shortage. At the same time, however, some companies are paying their employees to quit their jobs altogether. While it may seem odd at...
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