Monday, September 26, 2022

Flipping the talent crisis to create the future-of-work ⭐

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With the gradual resurgence of work from the office, companies are facing a talent crisis, as employees want to continue working from home and are even ready to leave jobs unless allowed to. A few weeks ago, social media was peppered with sharp exchanges between employers and employees over returning to the office vs continuing to work from home or anywhere. Employers in India were quick to issue orders to return to the office. The fallout of this tug-of-war was reflected in soaring attrition rates, with almost every fourth employee quitting. Then the scenario transformed dramatically. India’s hi-tech hub, Bangalore, which boasts of nearly 38% of the country’s software exports, received a record rainfall of 131.6 mm on Sunday, the 5th of September, making it one of the highes...

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