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Company culture is key to keeping the best people - here’s what employees value most

Surprisingly, research found that factors such as friendly colleagues, flexible schedules and manageable workloads were discussed but had little or no impact on a company’s overall culture score. Image: Unsplash/ Campaign Creators

Kayleigh Bateman

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