Quarter of workers would resign if flexible working is revoked | HR Wire
Employee Relations

Quarter of workers would resign if flexible working is revoked

However, 41% believe their employer is likely to permanently retain the flexible working hours introduced as a response to the pandemic

One in four workers said they would resign from their job if flexible working policies are revoked, according to a new survey from Personio, an HR software group.  The survey, which investigates the impact of the pandemic on the UK workforce, found hat more than 37% felt that their company was avoiding implementing new hybrid working paradigms such as flexible working schedules. However, only 12% of surveyed employees were dissatisfied with the way their employers have “looked after them”, while 41% believe their employer is likely to permanently retain the flexible working hours introduc... Subscribe to read full artical

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Quarter of workers would resign if flexible working is revoked | HR Wire
Quarter of workers would resign if flexible working is revoked | HR Wire
Employee Relations

Quarter of workers would resign if flexible working is revoked

However, 41% believe their employer is likely to permanently retain the flexible working hours introduced as a response to the pandemic

One in four workers said they would resign from their job if flexible working policies are revoked, according to a new survey from Personio, an HR software group.  The survey, which investigates the impact of the pandemic on the UK workforce, found hat more than 37% felt that their company was avoiding implementing new hybrid working paradigms such as flexible working schedules. However, only 12% of surveyed employees were dissatisfied with the way their employers have “looked after them”, while 41% believe their employer is likely to permanently retain the flexible working hours introduc... Subscribe to read full artical

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