66% of leaders would leave firms if required to work in the office full time
A survey revealed that for both men and women, workplace arrangements are top of mind, according to Deloitte in its Cultivating employee engagement in financial services report.
Flexibility and the ability to work remotely continue to be highly valued, so much so that most leaders say they would rather leave their job than go into the office full time. This suggests that financial services institutions with strict return-to-office mandates could face the possibility of losing their pipeline of leaders.
The report explores the powerful link between flexible and remote work arrangements and engagement, retention, and other key outcomes. It also considers how U.S. financial services institutions c