A recent survey from Greenhouse indicates hiring is a top priority for 84% of CEOs. The problem is, 68% of organizations expect increased attrition as employees prioritize work-life balance.
A new survey commissioned by Greenhouse, of more than 1,000 C-suite executives and HR managers, finds that 78% of organizations plan to increase hiring, yet the high rate of attrition is a challenge. More than half (53%) of employers cite the desire for a better work-life balance as the primary cause of turnover.
This new wave of hiring goes beyond just making up for lost headcount and resignations. Over 60% of leaders surveyed said they plan to increase headcount by 50% or more. While 33% of new job postings aim to return staffing to pre-COVID levels, 60% will be for new roles as
The next generation of employees are vocal about the kind of workplaces they are looking for. 63% want a flexible working schedule, while 57% want the option of hybrid or remote working, compared to only 12% looking for in-office perks.
To access the full survey results visit the Greenhouse blog.
Original Release: PR Newswire