Relatively few U.S. adults plan to look for a new job this year, and work-life balance trumps pay for many employees, according to the results of the first ASA Workforce MonitorTM survey.
“The ASA Workforce Monitor results underscore that employers need to rethink their recruitment and retention strategies,” said Richard Wahlquist, ASA president and chief executive officer. “Quality of life matters in retaining current employees. Compensation matters most in recruiting employees to change jobs.”
The quarterly ASA Workforce Monitor survey series focuses on current U.S. workforce trends and issues. Get more information, including a summary of survey findings and infographics you can use to educate clients, at americanstaffing.net.
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