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Working the Future blog: our latest insights and future of work sensemaking

What employees most want from their working lives in 2022

2022-05-25 13:28

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Head Kandi, EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT, TALENT RISK, RECRUITMENT AND RETENTION, FUTURE OF WORK, 21st CENTURY LEADERSHIP,

What employees most want from their working lives in 2022

"People power is on the rise. This is one of the key messages of a new survey of labour-market dynamics, which looks at why many of today’s employees are..."

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"People power is on the rise. This is one of the key messages of a new survey of labour-market dynamics, which looks at why many of today’s employees are re-evaluating their approach to work.

The study by employment services provider Manpower Group, 'The Great Realization', found that workplace happiness is coming to the fore, with employees expecting more from employers than good pay and traditional benefits."

 

Read more in this WEF article.

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