GoodHire’s second annual report on remote work finds a significant decrease in a desire to work from home: Only 44% of workers said they preferred remote work now versus 68% a year ago.
81% of workers said they would leave their job if their employer lacked a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace.
GoodHire announces the results of a survey of 3,500 managers on return to office mandates, managing remote employees, and more.
Momentum led by increased demand for employment background screening services as companies scramble to secure the best talent in a competitive, remote working landscape.
82% of workers across 10 industries say they would quit their jobs due to their manager’s poor behavior, including not being open/honest, micromanaging, and disrespecting personal time.
90% of Millennials favor a 4-day workweek — the most of any generation — and nearly 50% expect to change their job in the next year.
As companies address employee demand for more flexible work arrangements in 2022, they will need to adapt their hiring processes to protect data privacy, accelerate time to hire, and expand the candidate pool.
GoodHire, a leading background check platform, urges employers to get smart—remote work is the “new normal,” and employers need to understand how employee sentiment impacts hiring and building a trusted workforce.