Employees want to be recognised for their own interests and skills. There is a growing desire for businesses to take an employee-centric approach and provide a positive work experience for their workforce. There is a growing expectation for better work-life balance and flexible work that meets the needs of individual employees, and high-skilled workers are increasingly expressing their personal desires as opposed to operating as a collective. Our People Profession survey 2020 shows that improving the employee experience is a key focus for the vast majority of businesses. To engage staff and maintain an efficient and competitive organisation, people professionals must balance personalisation of the working relationship with financial priorities.
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