Inflation ( CCPI)50.6% (Feb 2023)
GDP-12.4% (4Q 2022)
Unemployment5.0% (3Q 2022)
3M T-Bill Rate25.99%
12M T-Bill Rate24.31%
5Y T-Bond Rate27.00%/ 27.25%
10Y T-Bond Rate22.00% / 23.00%
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Reserves $2.22Bn (Feb 2023)
Cum. Trade Deficit $449Mn (Feb 2023)
Cum. Fiscal DeficitLKR 1,601Bn (Nov 2022)

Millennials And Gen-Z Are Leading The Great Resignation Trend

SocialOct 27, 2021
Millennials And Gen-Z Are Leading The Great Resignation Trend
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By Luciana Paulise, With the increase in hybrid teams and companies allowing to work from anywhere, it’s easier than ever to switch jobs, also known as “job-hopping,” which is contributing to the “Great Resignation.” As a result, companies are having an increased rate of employees moving to other organizations. Gen-Z is found to be much more cautious with risk-taking than Millennials. With so many different generations making up today’s workforce, organizations need to acknowledge these differences and look for more personalized ways to attract each of them.


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