Barking mad? Why pets-at-work policies can stem the workforce exodus
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Pets at work
John van der Luit-Drummond
Editor, International Employment Lawyer

The Great Resignation is not a complicated phenomenon to understand. After more than 18 months of lockdowns and remote working, millennial and Gen-Z employees, in particular, have realised that financial incentives alone are not enough to keep them in jobs they do not enjoy, working for employers they do not like or whose values they do not share. With salaries and bonuses no longer enough to keep talented individuals, businesses are beginning to consider less obvious job perks. But should new incentives include welcoming workers’ furry friends into the office?


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