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Strategies To Fight The Quitting Contagion: TOP 5 Trends From The World Of Work

Office workers are seen at a largely empty central business district as Singapore returns to the work-from-home regime due to surging cases in the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Singapore September 27, 2021. REUTERS/Edgar Su

The quitting contagion is a very real phenomenon, and it can happen to just about any company. Image: REUTERS/Edgar Su

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