HRE’s number of the day: remote job salary demands

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83: Percentage of employees who say they would leave their job if compensated less for working remotely

Employees want to maintain the option to work remotely post-pandemic and will not tolerate being compensated less for remote work, according to new survey data from Salary.com. The compensation management company surveyed 743 employers and 549 employees for results.

What it means to HR leaders

The data comes as many employees demand continued remote work options more than a year after having moved remote due to COVID-19. Scores of research finds that, after working remotely during the pandemic, the vast majority of employees don’t want to

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