Massages & arcades | Do work perks still have a place in HR's retention strategy?

Do work perks still have a place in HR's retention strategy?

One of the central anxieties for businesses currently is the prospect of a mass staff migration as a result of easing coronavirus restrictions within England. Many pieces of research conducted in the throes of the pandemic have pointed to this inevitable move.

For example, data compiled recently by Aviva discovered that over 60% of UK workers are currently looking to jump ship from their current employer. This amount has continued to rise as the pandemic progressed – it represents an increase of seven per cent since July of 2020.

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