Employee turnover will soar in the New Year, according to a new survey.
The survey, commissioned by training company Video Arts, shows that one in four employees are planning to leave their jobs in the New Year.
In addition, it shows that businesses should be most wary of their 18 to 24-year-old employees, who make up the most restless age group by far. More than a third (34 per cent) are planning to change their job in the New Year.
A quarter of those currently working believe that January is the most likely time they would leave their role to make a fresh start.
One in seven (14 per cent) of employees surveyed stated that they are most likely to leave after a summer break, when feeling most refreshed, and more than 1 in 10 (11 per cent) plan to hand in their letter of resignation around autumn before the run up to Christmas.