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Workplace Flexibility Increases Employee Engagement, Report Reveals

As the Canadian workplace continues to change, there are different expectations of what it means to be engaged. 

There is a strong correlation between high employee engagement and offering employees time and workplace flexibility, according to new research from Stone-Olafson for Rogers and WORKshift.

According to their report, there is an 89% increase in high engagement if work location is flexible, and 97% of all employees would like the opportunity to continue working remotely or do more of it.

The findings suggest that Canadian organizations that embrace a flexible and mobile workplace will not only benefit from a more engaged workforce, but can save costs, be more productive and attract top talent.

Check out the infographic below for more data.

 

Infographic: Rogers

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