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Today’s professionals have radically different priorities compared to just a few years ago.
As the Great Resignation continues, many people continue looking for a career change, and flexibility has become the new trademark of a forward-thinking, progressive employer.
With unemployment levels remaining low, HR leaders have to work extra hard to build strong and effective teams that support the company’s aims. Gen Z and Millennials, in particular, are looking for an employer who cares about their wellbeing, so creating a work culture that supports flexibility and a healthy life-work balance is key.
At the same time, however, some are