The reasons are plenty and while financial compensation or not finding purpose in the current job top the list, the lack of a suitable hybrid work policy is among them.
A US study (Bloomberg News) shows that 39% of workers would consider quitting if their employers proved to be inflexible regarding remote work. The number reached 49% for millennials and Gen Z.In the UK, the situation is similar. 52% of workers stated that they would rather quit their jobs than be forced to go back to the office full time, according to a Momentive (formerly SurveyMonkey) study.
Without a well-thought policy in place, redesigned workspaces and purpose-built solutions to enable hybrid successfully, your organization is at risk of a brain drain.
The silver lining? Having a well-functioning hybrid workplace will be a key factor in employee engagement and retention, and in attracting bright, new talent that will take your company forward.
With a hybrid classrooms your organization will be more likely to retain talent but will be sure to start off the right foot with the newly hired. You can onboard and train them flexibly and immerse them into your organization´s culture via company-wide meetings and events that are engaging and interactive.
3. Train flexibly and successfully in the age of lifelong learning
Advancements in technology, big data and AI are changing the landscape of work, automating jobs, creating new skill gaps and at the same time making some skills redundant.
Lifelong learning, upskilling and reskilling are becoming mandatory in the workplace during a fast-paced era where required skills are changing every few years.
L&D must equip their talent with future-proof skills, training them to ensure their company will thrive.
In the hybrid workplace where employees come to the organization headquarters according to personal preferences, new ways of training must be developed. 71% of employees agree that lifelong learning needs to be delivered flexibly if they are to engage in it. (1)