Benefits and remote work play pivotal role in staff retention: Unum

New research finds

John Brazier
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Benefits and remote work play pivotal role in staff retention: Unum

Unum UK research shows that employers offering flexible working arrangements and benefits packages are more likely to retain staff.

According to research carried out among 2,000 UK adults found that more than half (54%) of employees aged 18-34 said they'd likely quit if their company stopped offering remote or hybrid working, with A similar percentage (58%) of the same age group stated they feel more productive now before the onset of the pandemic. Across all age groups, around one in five (21%) of workers said they were happy with the flexible working arrangements provided by their employer during the pandemic. Benefits...

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