Have you stopped to consider this in your rush to get “back to normal” in your workplace?
“Workers who want to quit overwhelmingly say they’re looking for a new job with more flexibility. Indeed, even among those who aren’t considering changing jobs, half of people currently working remotely say if their current company doesn’t continue to offer remote-work options long-term, they’ll look for a job at a company that does.”
Or how about this quote at the end of the article, which really sums up many of the things I have been saying here over the last few months:
With workers better able to take a job from anywhere, they’ll seek ones that pay well, have opportunities to learn and advance, and provide benefits that center work-life balance.
As Falzon cautions: “If you’re an employer and you’re not being accommodating, you’ll lose talent.”
Can your business afford to lose talent? I don’t know many who can.