New Study Shows SMEs Are Leading The Hybrid Work Revolution To Win The Talent Wars

As the world continues to navigate the challenges posed by the ongoing pandemic, small and medium enterprises (SMEs) have been faced with a particularly difficult economic environment. A new study by Vistage, published in January 2023, reveals that despite these challenges, 60% of SME CEOs are planning to increase headcount in the year ahead, with only 7% planning on reducing headcount.
More… https://www.forbes.com/sites/glebtsipursky/2023/01/09/new-study-shows-smes-are-leading-the-hybrid-work-revolution-to-win-the-talent-wars/?sh=42d59d85fb50

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