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Are Autonomy and Flexiblity More Important Than Money?

When high-performing employees leave for better job opportunities, it's easy for employers to assume they're simply chasing bigger paychecks. However, most employees value work-life balance and gravitate to companies that also offer nontangible benefits, such as work flexibility, personal autonomy and career advancement. Employers that want to retain top talent should take time to understand which factors improve engagement and motivate workers to stick around.
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