A third of employees will 'vote with their feet' in the absence of flexibility

New research

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A third of employees will 'vote with their feet' in the absence of flexibility

Flexible working policies are increasingly crucial for employee retention, says Barnett Waddingham

Findings from Barnett Waddingham's new survey reveal that employees expect the freedom to work how they want after the pandemic, and would consider leaving their jobs if it's not permitted. A third (33%) of UK employees would be prompted to look for a new job if their organisation won't allow the working environment that they want. Over the year since the pandemic started, flexible and hybrid working has become increasingly important for employee satisfaction and retention. Of this group, 23%...

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