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The Great Resignation, Jobs and Inflation

Ideological impacts may be worse than economic says HR professional
Dallas, Texas – There were more than 11 million open jobs last month and there are no signs that April numbers will change. Meanwhile, 4.4 million people quit their jobs according to the Department of Labor. The unemployment rate is 3.8% (lowest in half a century) and inflation is inching up as consumers find ways to adjust and adapt.

Brett Billups is an HR professional who says the pandemic created a new normal which has forced many people to reconsider how and what they want for their lives. Remote work has exploded, sending workers from blue state lockdowns into rural areas. For Billups, the author of Biblical HR, vocational trends are shifting before our eyes and employers can’t keep up.

Truck drivers, medical professionals, teachers, tech workers, law enforcement – nearly anyone who has the flexibility to make a change is doing so.  Billups led HR for one of the largest employee-owned organizations. He has a unique perspective about the future or work but also about the great reset. As wages go up, costs will get passed on to consumers and increase the inflationary cycle that will affect food, transportation, and housing.

If the past two years have taught us anything, says Billups, it is that you can’t just shut down the world’s largest economy and expect zero impact. But this impact is not just economic, and Billups says the ideological and spiritual changes to education, the workplace, and within our cultural are part of a resent, a silencing of faith-based voices that differ on everything from gender to free speech and race. His book clearly identifies the issues that are applicable in the workplace and how Christians can navigate new standards.

To schedule an interview contact Don Otis at 719.275.7775

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