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Support communication, culture and collaboration in the new work paradigm by addressing employees’ desire for both flexibility and human connection.
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Employee churn could be forever changed by the Great Resignation, requiring new strategies not only for retention, but also for development and recruitment.
With more women than men enrolling in higher education, companies should prepare for talent pools in which more highly qualified candidates are women.