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A business case for flexibility in the workplace. Over the last few years, the landscape and acceptance of flexible work models have changed dramatically. Having a choice of work environment and location is now a key factor for many job seekers when searching for a better work-life balance and evaluating new career opportunities. The desire for a healthy work-life balance and flexibility only rose during the COVID-19 pandemic. A Randstad 2023 Workmonitor survey revealed that 78% of workers feel they have a good work-life balance, and a majority would not accept a different job with negative work-life balance impacts. Significant data exists across many industries to make the business case for work-life balance, most notably the positive impact on retention and recruitment. In a 2022 annual survey by FlexJobs, 79% of respondents selected “work-life balance” as one of the top three factors when seeking a new position. In this same survey, the number one factor was “remote work options” at 84% of respondents, with 56% indicating “work schedule” as another top 10 factor.¬†

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