*37% of surveyed workers aged 16-24 don’t feel trusted to work remotely (compared to 21% overall) causing 65% to work longer hours and 55% to work during or skip holidays
*One third of workers surveyed aged 16-24 feel undervalued (compared to 29% overall) and 32% (the top response) say that their feedback is not listened to nor acted upon
*78% in this group are applying, or intending to apply for new jobs as we emerge from the pandemic
Britain’s youngest workers (aged 16-24) don’t feel trusted or heard, and 78% of them are job hunting according to a new study out today by Achievers and Censuswide. The findings should serve as a wake up call for British companies that have invested heavily in and wish to retain graduates, apprentices, and other young ‘rising stars.’ These findings should be especially...