德科:英国超半数员工认为疫情将导致大城市人才流失

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(20201119日,/HRoot.com/近日,根据德科集团英国和爱尔兰分公司的最新研究显示,超过一半(52%)的英国员工认为,由于新冠疫情蔓延,人才正呈现出从伦敦和曼彻斯特等大城市流向偏远地区的“反向人才流失”现象。

 

调查显示,伦敦受访者预测,这将是英国历史上规模最大的“劳动者逃离城市运动”,有57%的受访者认为,许多员工将不再需要住在城市中顶级公司的通勤范围内。但德科预测,这并不意味着总部设在伦敦的组织会失去优势,因为新的混合工作模式将使城市以外地区的顶尖人才得到保留。

 

该研究还发现,英国威尔士地区42%的受访者和苏格兰地区46的受访者表示,由于疫情的蔓延,顶尖人才正在从英国的大城市迁移出去。这也再次表明,尽管人们可能会迁出城市,但仍可以选择在爱丁堡、卡迪夫和伯明翰等商业中心工作,位于城市的公司依然能够保留人才。

 

德科集团英国和爱尔兰地区负责人兼总裁Alex Fleming表示:“英国的城市将在疫情后被重塑,随着工作模式和偏好的变化,城市中心无疑仍将受欢迎,并将继续吸引顶尖人才。虽然确实有很多员工选择搬出城市,但这也可能是因为和在公司工作相比,他们更喜欢在家工作。”

 

Fleming表示:“为了保留并吸引顶尖人才,无论公司位于何处,公司都需要适应其办公环境,以应对混合工作模式的新时代。这意味着企业要创建新的办公室,使员工拥有与同事和客户进行协作的理想场所,并成为建立和保持强大的企业文化枢纽。”

 

UK WORKERS THINK PANDEMIC WILL CAUSE TALENT TO MOVE AWAY FROM BIG CITIES: ADECCO GROUP

 

(Nov.19, 2020, /staffingindustry.com/)Over half, 52%, of UK workers think we will see a reverse brain drainof talent away from big cities like London and Manchester towards regional areas as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, according to latest research from the Adecco Group UK and Ireland.

 

Those in London are predicting the biggest movement of UK workers out of the city, with 57% believing many workers will no longer feel the need to live within commuting distance of top city firms. However, the Adecco Group UK and Ireland predicts this doesnt mean that London based organisations will lose out, because access to top talent, within rural areas, will remain as a result of new hybrid working measures.

 

The study also found that 42% of those in Wales and 46% of those in Scotland agreed that we would see a migration of top talent away from the big cities in the UK as a result of the pandemic. This again suggests that overall, while people may physically move out of cities, with the option to work in commercial hubs like Edinburgh, Cardiff and Birmingham, city firms will be able to retain talent rather than lose it.

 

Alex Fleming, Country Head and President of the Adecco Group UK and Ireland, said, While the UKs cities will look to reinvent themselves post-pandemic, as working patterns and preferences change, city centres will undoubtedly remain popular and continue to be a pull for top talent. Even if we do see people move out of the city, there will be many who relish the contrast between working from home and being in the office.

 

Fleming said, To ensure they retain and attract top talent, companies need to adapt their office environments, regardless of where they are based, to reflect the new age of hybrid working. This means creating offices that are compelling places for employees to collaborate with colleagues and clients, and a hub for establishing and maintaining a strong company culture.

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