Although we started hearing about the labor shortage blossoming internationally over a year ago, it seems that we can see as many workers quitting jobs now as we could when this all started.
And while some have offered some interesting explanations as to the real reason everyone is quitting their jobs, much of it seems to come down to the reasons you'd expect and how they've only become worse since the pandemic emerged.
Whether they're overworked, underpaid, stuck dealing with bosses who mistreat them or all three, the tide of people deciding that their jobs are no longer worth it has hardly stemmed since the Great Resignation first started gaining momentum.
And when that happens or even when people try to take time off for perfectly valid reasons, it's not uncommon for their managers and former bosses to guilt them by telling them how hard their absence will be on the team.
But as one sad video illustrates, just because that kind of talk is usually spotted as an obvious manipulation tactic, that doesn't mean it isn't true.