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To attract and maintain the best talent, employers are having to adapt and offer broader scope benefit packages that encompass hybrid and remote workers.

The full impact of the pandemic is just starting to be realized by many companies. As businesses look to return to normal it is clear there is a new normal. Office employees want greater flexibility to work remotely and the new demand for a hybrid workplace is challenging traditional business structure. In some industries, there is a very tight labor market, particularly in lower-paid positions, and employers are having a difficult time filling open positions. Employees are demonstrating that if they do not receive the benefits, pay and flexibility that they desire from a job, they will find a better match.

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