November 2, 2022

Commercial Observer – Data from Traliant’s recent report on how employees’ new expectations and priorities are shaping the world of work is highlighted in this article.

Here’s an excerpt:
Roughly 18 percent of the 2,000 workers surveyed said they would “look for a new job if their employer required them to return to on-site work,” and another 36 percent said they would try to negotiate flexible work arrangements, according to Traliant. The vast majority, 82 percent, said that hybrid and remote work options had improved their work-life balance. 

But returning to the office isn’t the only corporate policy that employees have strong feelings about. More than half — 54 percent — of those surveyed said they wanted to leave their current company for one more aligned with their views on environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues, Traliant found. 

Read the full article in Commercial Observer



Carole Walters