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Hybrid work key to attracting Gen Z talent: Survey

SINGAPORE: A recent survey by Randstad has revealed that offering hybrid work arrangements is crucial for companies aiming to attract Gen Z employees. The data suggests that two out of three Gen Z workers consider the ability to work from home non-negotiable.

This preference for remote work is not limited to the youngest generation but extends across all age groups, indicating a broader shift in workplace expectations.

According to Randstad, the sentiment for flexible work arrangements is shared by 48% of Baby Boomers, 44% of Millennials, and 40% of Generation X. This indicates that a significant portion of the workforce, regardless of age, values the flexibility that comes with hybrid work models.

Randstad commented on the findings, noting that “Singapore workers may be more accustomed to flexible work arrangements, having grown up with technology that allows for remote work.”

The company also pointed out that these workers are more likely to prioritize work-life balance and well-being. Furthermore, the COVID-19 pandemic has played a significant role in normalizing remote work, leading many younger employees to be less willing to accept traditional office-based roles.

The survey’s results have implications for employers in Singapore and beyond. Companies that offer flexible work options are likely to attract and retain a broader talent pool. It also suggests that employers should consider redesigning their workplace policies to meet these evolving expectations.

Many employers are already adapting to these changes. Hybrid work policies, where employees split their time between the office and remote locations, are becoming more common. This approach allows companies to maintain a physical office presence while accommodating employees’ desires for flexibility.

As the workforce continues to evolve, companies that embrace flexible work arrangements will likely be better positioned to attract top talent from all age groups. With the changing attitudes toward work, hybrid models may soon become the norm rather than the exception.

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