Leadership News,
Insights & Events

Boomerang employees | One-fifth of British staff have gone back to work for an ex-boss

One-fifth of British staff have gone back to work for an ex-boss

One in five (19%) UK workers have returned to a previous employer within the past five years or plan to in the near future, new research from Unum UK has found.

Team members who decide to leave a company but return at some point in the future are commonly referred to as ‘boomerang’ employees, the website Elevate explained.

Create a FREE account to access this content.

You can access this article and lots more with a free myGrapevine account.

  • Create a personalised content feed around the topics that matter most to you.
  • Read news and features from across all our websites.
  • Get exclusive content only available to account holders.

Welcome Back

Related Content

Is tackling burnout the key to sorting your Great Resignation problem?
Grapevine Leaders | Executive Grapevine International Ltd

War for talent | Is tackling burnout the key to sorting your Great Resignation problem?

Feature
5 mins read
Discussing collaboration with Phil Neal, Vice President, Industries at Salesforce
Grapevine Leaders | Executive Grapevine International Ltd

Leader Interview | Discussing collaboration with Phil Neal, Vice President, Industries at Salesforce

Insight
4 mins read
Eight new and inspiring books on leadership
Grapevine Leaders | Executive Grapevine International Ltd

Read all about it | Eight new and inspiring books on leadership

News
5 mins read
Work has changed forever. This is HR’s last chance. Choose change.
Grapevine Leaders | Executive Grapevine International Ltd

Work has changed forever. This is HR’s last chance. Choose change.

Webinar
Register Now
Does adopting a coaching approach as a leader make a difference?
Grapevine Leaders | Executive Grapevine International Ltd

Does adopting a coaching approach as a leader make a difference?

Learning Resource
Download Now

Most Read This Week