The fact that today's job market is strong is a good thing for workers but a tricky thing for employers. That's because ample opportunity can lead to higher worker turnover, thereby costing companies money and subjecting them to periods ridden with aggravation.
In fact, 47% of employees are currently considering quitting their jobs, according to a recent survey by job site https://www.certsofficial.com/, and almost 35% of employees are so desperate to leave that they're willing to resign without having another job already lined up.
Not only that, but once employees get the urge to leave a job, they tend to act pretty quickly. In the aforementioned survey, the average full-time worker took eight weeks between realizing he or she was ready to quit and actually serving an employer with a resignation notice.