A new employee value proposition

for a new world of work

May 22, 2023
  • Flore Pradère

Despite economic uncertainty, many businesses are engaged in a high-stakes competition for talent. U.S. unemployment is at historic lows overall, and many employers are seeking a competitive advantage to lure top-tier talent.

The talent market has become extremely volatile

Since the start of the pandemic, 50% of office workers left their jobs. Most moved on to pursue new jobs or careers more aligned with their personal values. The vast majority say they would consider moving jobs again in the next 12 months.

But as flexibility and hybrid working have become the norm, employees’ needs, preferences and expectations have evolved in ways that have dramatically changed how and where work is done. To attract and retain talent in the hybrid era, employers must offer a new value proposition for the office – one that includes a well-thought-out and cohesive workplace strategy.

Drawing on the results of our global survey of over 3,000 office workers across 13 major cities, these key insights will help you reconsider the traditional levers of employee retention and engagement and gain a greater understanding of how the workplace you provide for employees directly impacts your bottom line.

How can employers support their hybrid workers?

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