The New Flexible Work Culture

Employees in the workplace are starting to be more discerning of the trade-offs of moving up the ladder in their careers. Time is becoming more valuable and people are now looking for workplace quality.

About 64% of employees born between 1964 and 1975 would be willing to leave their firm to seek an employer more supportive of family and personal commitments, according to a study by the nonprofit research and advisory organization Catalyst, an organization working to advance women in business. Of those willing to leave, 45% said their work-life balance needs hadn’t been met, according to the study, also sponsored by Ernst Young and GE.

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