How to combat the Great Resignation and retain top talent
We're at a pivotal turning point in workplace culture, and employers need to be proactive about creating a more sustainable work environment.
By Melissa Dexter|December 02, 2021 at 09:07 AM
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The COVID-19 pandemic has had far-reaching and unforeseen consequences in all aspects of society – one of the most prevalent being the workplace. Virtually overnight, companies needed to quickly and efficiently pivot to embrace a remote workforce and establish a completely new way of operating their business with their employees being the most crucial component to ongoing success. Although drastic, this change was not entirely negative, as it proved many employees could successfully handle working remotely, leaving them with more time to spend with family, less time commuting, and ultimately a better work-life balance.
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