It was thought that only the United States was affected by this massive and unprecedented wave of resignations, but France is not spared in the end.
In the first quarter of 2022, nearly 520,000 employees in France decided to terminate their contract on their own initiative, including 470,000 on permanent contracts (CDI).
A historically high level, which feeds the theory of the French "great resignation".
According to figures published Thursday by the statistical service of the Ministry of Labour, Dares, this dynamic seems to be part of the reinforced desire for a search for meaning by active workers since the start of the pandemic.
But also in the search for better remuneration, while inflation (+ 6.1% at an annual rate, at the end of July) continues to progress month after month and to trim purchasing power.
The resignation rate – which relates the number of resignations to that of the number of employees – thus reached 2.7% at the end of March.
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