Ditch the desk: workers stay longer with location flexibility—how companies can respond

· QZ · Job van der Voort

Most workers who are currently remote or hybrid rank flexibility as even more important than their compensation. Our research found that 20% of remote workers (pdf) said that if they could work anywhere in the world without it affecting their salary and benefits, they’d be likely to stay 10 years longer with their current company. This is even stronger with Gen Z—54% saying they would consider switching jobs to relocate abroad.

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