Remote work contributes to higher overall well-being
Well, I think there is data out there that suggests young people do want to engage in person and they do want to be social. And they recognize the benefits of learning on site from those with more experience and the opportunities that exist when you're working on site in a work location. Most of this generation is preferring a hybrid model. Presence with purpose-- they don't necessarily want to be going into an office five days a week just for the sake of going into an office five days a week or working on site when it isn't actually adding value. It's not helping them learn because they're sitting in an office all day doing Teams or Zoom calls with people across the country.
So, I think that makes a lot of sense probably for many in the organization of various generations. But we're hearing that pretty loudly from those who are in their 20s. They want that flexibility that they've become accustomed to during the pandemic, and they want that to continue. So, it's a much debated topic with lots of opinions, right, for and against. But remote work options are no longer a nice-to-have. They seem to be table stakes and a key employment criterion now for many workers.