Number of the day: quitting over in-person work

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Nearly two-thirds of the workforce say they would consider looking for a new job if they were required to return to the office full time, according to ADP Research Institute, which for its annual study surveyed more than 32,000 workers. In particular, younger people (18-24-year-olds) are the most reluctant (71%) to return to the workplace full-time.

What it means to HR leaders

HR and other company leaders are in the midst of a big decision: whether to require workers to come back into the office after a significant amount of time allowing them to work remotely in light of

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