I've been reading those articles too. With that, I started to think about what makes me unhappy at work and what makes me happy. The longer I work where I am the less I'm treated like my work and knowledge is valued. This make me unhappy and watching the same mistakes made over and over make me unhappy. So many repeats that don't work could be avoided if management would work with folks that have been around for awhile.
The work I do is all about sustainability and there is certainly value in that which I like. I like that I'm in a climate controlled building and not taxing my body with physical work. There is a lot of change which I like except when the change is only for change's sake. Pay and benefits are important since that is why I work.
CEOs have changed about every two to three years. With new CEOs there are other changes in leadership and teams. The revolving door of management keeps the hamster running in circles rather than moving ahead... This makes me unhappy.
I truly believe in the company and it's purpose. I stay because I want to be part of the solution rather than part of the problem but it is wearing me out. Perhaps that's leadership's goal...get rid of the old, make way for the new.