Is the Great Resignation Underway in Canada?

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

The term has been batted around to describe a higher number of people either quitting or changing jobs during the pandemic. And even though Canada seems to be trailing the U.S. according to data, there's no denying that attitudes and expectations about work life are changing. What's behind this trend: workplace dissatisfaction, career burnout, a sudden bouquet of choices? We ask Vass Bednar, executive director, Master of Public Policy in Digital Society Program, McMaster University, and member of the Ontario Workplace Advisory Committee; Robyn Doolittle, Globe and Mail investigative reporter; and Deena Ladd, executive director, Workers Action Centre.
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