This Week in Leadership (July 26 - Aug 1)

Making vaccines mandatory at work. Plus, a potential crackdown on mergers and more evidence that employees really want to quit their current jobs.

Corporate leaders are struggling over making vaccines mandatory for employees and perhaps even customers. Plus, more than 30% of professionals say they intend to quit this year even if they don't have another job lined up. Here are some recent articles by Korn Ferry's content team on leadership-related news.

Vaccines at Work: Voluntary or Mandatory?

With COVID cases rising, company leaders may need to decide whether or not to require shots for employees. Either move is a gamble.

The ‘Do-Nothing’ Approach to Mounting Turnover

More than 30% professionals plan on quitting their jobs even without having another role lined up, according to a new Korn Ferry survey. But do companies have to respond?

5 Ways the Boss Can Make Things Easier

A majority of people say their relationship with their boss has deteriorated over the last year. Here are some ways managers can turn that around.

Consolidation Crackdown

Mergers are happening at a record pace, but regulators are threatening to put the brakes on the deals. Should leaders shift their M&A strategies?

Our Attitude of Gratitude

Why showing appreciation to colleagues takes on a whole new meaning during the lingering pandemic, says Korn Ferry CEO Gary Burnison.