For a few months, there has been a lot of talk about the phenomenon of "Great Resignation", as defined by the media, or the dramatic growth in the number of people who decide to leave their jobs, sometimes even without having yet found a new one, and, with some frequency, making professional choices that are certainly not in line with what is considered "normal" (rarely is it the choice of opening a chiringuito in the Caribbean, more often looking for a job more in line with one's own, personal, priority).
Precisely this seems to us an element on which to focus our attention. Until a few years ago, work was the means by which to generate the income necessary to satisfy one's material needs. Your own professional fulfillment was certainly important, but somehow considered less of a priority.
Today, and in the future it will be more and more, it is not so: people in general, and those born since 1990 to an even greater extent, are much less willing to negotiate their personal and professional fulfillment with a salary, even with a salary Interesting.
The effort that companies will have to make will be to build a sense that goes beyond the exchange between time and salary.
It will be necessary to structure themselves with specific skills, rarely existing today, especially in the Human Resources and Organization field: those who do so will be able to choose the most suitable professionals to achieve their business objectives.