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The year 2020 marks a new year, the turn of a decade and a smart time for employers to step back and reevaluate their business practices. As employers consider strategic moves for 2020, it is critical they reflect on not only their own business but review how the workplace landscape itself has changed and adapt their own practices accordingly. As the workforce ebbs and flows, business leaders must prioritize agility to ensure they remain competitive in the eyes of prospective candidates amidst the ever-tightening labor market.

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