Employee values and wellbeing to define retention for employers

MetLife report

John Brazier
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Employee values and wellbeing to define retention for employers

While higher pay and job security are still most desired among staff, recognition of values and wellbeing will be dealbreakers for employees

Employers must take action to accommodate staff wellbeing or face losing them, according to new research from MetLife. The latest instalment in insurer MetLife's Re:Me report found that more than half (59%) of employees stated that they will now start looking for a new job if their work values aren't accommodated. The report also found that a similar proportion of staff (53%) are considering leaving their current role during the coming 18 months. While the priorities and motivations ...

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