Age and Remote Work Preferences: Dispelling the Myths  

This is a preview. View original post on this site

Over the past few years, there has been a remarkable transformation in the way people work. The United States witnessed a significant change in remote work patterns between 2019 and 2021. According to the 2021 American Community Survey, the number of individuals primarily working from home tripled during this period, skyrocketing from 5.7% (9 million people) to a substantial 17.9% (28 million people).  

This shift in work dynamics offers both opportunities and challenges for businesses. Striking the right balance between employees’ desire for flexibility and the need for collaboration and culture building is the key to recruiting and retaining

Read Complete Article

Subscribe to Recruiting Headlines

* indicates required


»Employer Branding w/The Muse

»Diversity and Inclusion Job Board

»Free Rejection Email Templates

»RecTech PR Newswire

»HR Podcast Directory

»Recruiting Newsletters

»HR Tech News

»HR Freelancers

»Jobs with Relocation Assistance

»Diversity Hiring News

»Recruiter Ebooks