Embracing Location Flexibility
A Strategic Imperative for Talent Acquisition and Retention
Recent data suggests the labor market is returning to normalcy, after being the strongest sellers market in a generation. Companies who had to hire remotely, often without the cost savings associated with pre-pandemic market norms, have started pulling employees back into the office (often with punitive elements). So, does that mean remote hiring is gone for good? I’d argue no, but you might have to near-shore to get the financial benefits you seek.
What you do with those financial benefits can differ, as you can either foot them to the bottom line - OR - increase your capacity for the same cost of sales.
As such, CEOs, CHROs, and Boards are increasingly recognizing the pivotal role of location flexibility in shaping the future of work.
The Competitive Edge of Location Flexibility
In the current competitive talent landscape, marked by global skills shortages and changing worker preferences, location flexibility emerges as a strategic solution. It empowers employees to work from anywhere, …