90% Of CISOs Would Cut Pay For Better Work-Life Balance
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According to a global Cisco study, hybrid work, in which employees split their time working from home, office, and on the go, has helped improve employee wellbeing, work-life balance, and performance across the world. However, more needs to be done to build an inclusive culture and fully embed hybrid work arrangements to enhance employee experience.
For the first time in seven years, work-life balance trumped salary as the main thing prospective employees look for in a job, with 65% ranking it as most important, Randstad research reveals. In Singapore, from July to December 2021, 64% of employees who switched employers or careers cited work-life balance as the main driver in searching for new jobs.
Life-work balance is the employee goal du jour, especially for women and younger generations, who are generally considered to be more driven by purpose, and want flexibility. And bolstered by a strong jobs market and new priorities, employees are empowered, and increasingly vocal in their quest for an optimal work-life blend. 2b1af7f3a8