Technology is rapidly changing the world of work, including where, how and why work gets done. While these new tech touchpoints are creating exciting opportunities for HR leaders and hiring managers, they must also be understood within the context of employee behaviors and expectations.
A few takeaways?
71 percent of candidates spend time job hunting directly on employers' websites while only 58 percent of managers feel their companies' websites are the best source of top candidates.
what do employees want?
Our study found that supportive teammates are at least as important as fair pay and benefits to employees today.
who checks email and voicemail after work?
Pressure to be always “on” at work today impacts everyone differently.
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