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Laura Ahern Discusses the Importance of Workplace Culture with Boston Business Journal

"Three percent of employees quit their jobs in November of 2021, matching the highest rate ever recorded by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics." - Boston Business Journal

However, there are cultural initiatives employers can take to ensure that their employees feel satiated and valued to retain their talent and guarantee a productive and happy workforce. These initiatives have evolved to include topics such as increased work flexibility, emphasis on mental health, and calls for greater diversity and inclusion.

Principal, Senior Benefits Consultant Laura Ahern of OneDigital New England region, shares her perspective on the importance of cultural priorities in combatting the Great Resignation with Grant Welker of Boston Business Journal.

“Employees are really reconsidering what’s important to them in an employer,”

Laura Ahern, Principal, Senior Benefits Consultant, OneDigital New England

Finding and keeping talented people has always been a challenge, but with the added financial, emotional and health stressors of today’s climate, the ability to retain top talent has become vital to an organization’s ability to survive the next few years.

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