Many businesses are still cautious about pushing in-office roles onto workers. The majority of Gen Z and millennial workers have reported that they would consider looking for new work if they were forced to come into the office five days a week.
Employee Retention Could Become Increasingly Challenging Due to Job Confidence
Employees are feeling increasingly confident about their career and future job prospects over the next five years. This means that employers will have to work increasingly harder to retain employees, as this increased job confidence could see them searching for better opportunities elsewhere.
2023 Recruitment and Retention Trends: Adapting to a Changing Landscape
The recruitment and retention landscape for 2023 is set to be defined by a host of factors, including the ongoing repercussions of the COVID-19 pandemic, high inflation, and the emergence of new expectations from employees.
We need to talk about equality in the pensions sector
Did you know, the financial services sector has the worst gender pay gap in the UK: 28%. Women earn just over 60p for every pound a man makes. The pensions industry exists to provide for people in their old age, yet it's failing to provide fairly for its own workers.