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Is the C-suite’s attitude to remote work driving employees away? Discover top data on why employees leave.

Updated on August 30, 2022

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What’s driving your employees away? How can you engage and retain your workforce?

Retention of top talent has never been more important as we grapple with a combination of the Great Resignation and a pending recession. Having the right people in the right roles is crucial. So as a CHRO, how can you stem the flow?

The latest research report from Achievers Workforce Institute shows the number one reason for leaving a job in the last two years is for better work flexibility. Employees are no longer willing to settle for a job that doesn’t prioritize their time and needs. Unfortunately, not everyone in the C-suite is ready to hear this news, with many hoping to see a return to a pre-pandemic version of normal.

This one-pager outlines the top data on why employees leave, and what you can do to get C-suite buy in.

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