News: Flexible working emerges top driver to retain talent

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Flexible working emerges top driver to retain talent

Companies can keep their employees happy even in times of economic gloom. In a recent survey, employees listed flexible work arrangements along with additional fixed pay and higher incentives as the top three preferred benefits. One in three employees ranked flexi work arrangements as a top pull in a new job, Economic Times reported.

Companies can keep their employees happy even in times of economic gloom. In a recent survey, employees listed flexible work arrangements along with additional fixed pay and higher incentives as the top three preferred benefits. One in three employees ranked flexi work arrangements as a top pull in a new job, Economic Times reported.

The survey by Aon Hewitt, 'Employee Preference Study 2013', covered 7,000 employees in different organisations across the country. "For decades, the communication to employees on rewards has focussed on cash compensation, in fact even worse, on just take-home pay. We need to recognise that the drivers for attraction, engagement and retention are different," said Sandeep Chaudhary, Partner, Talent & Rewards, Aon Hewitt.

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Topics: Employee Engagement, #Retention, #Corporate

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