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Recently, the K-Pop fan community is handing out a comprehensive list of the rate of the resignation of Korean entertainment company employees. Attracting the most attention is still 4 “big companies” in the music industry of Korea, which are SM, JYP, YG, and Bighit.
Certainly, without having to disclose, K-Pop fans can guess which of the four names recently had the highest number of employees quitting from their jobs. From the way of management of this company to artists, fans also easily deduce the same with employees. It’s none other company than YG Entertainment, taken over by chairman Yang Hyun Suk.
Specifically, the YG employee’s resignation rate in 2018 was 38% (138/360 employees resigned), followed by SM with 29% (126/431 employees resigned), the third was JYP with 18% (38/215 employees resigned) and finally Bighit with 17% (24/138 employees resigned).
Some comments from Korean netizens about the general list:
“Some of SM‘s staffs need to quit now …”
“As a result of YG … I used to know a sister, after taking a leave from work at this company, she had to go to psychological treatment …”
“JYP also needs to review the staff, working like the fansign day of DAY6 is not good.”
“In YG, there is a name that needs to be retired and everyone can guess who it is …”
“SM should have tried to keep longtime employees …”