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Adapt To Work Everywhere: What the Great Resignation can teach us about employee priorities

by Topia | HR Strategy

The global pandemic has transformed employee attitudes about the nature of work, and companies must adapt to retain and attract the best talent.

Do companies know what it takes to stay competitive in this fast-changing world? And do employees feel valued enough to stick around?

In spring of 2020, the world embarked on an unprecedented global experiment to see if remote work is feasible, scalable, and sustainable. The results are in: remote and distributed work is not only a viable way to get work done, but for many employees, it is now their top demand.

Download your complimentary copy of the report to find out all the key findings from the Adapt to Work Everywhere Survey.

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