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ADP's chief economist on the next recession, the future of work and the statistics leaders can't overlook 

Nela Richardson, the chief economist at ADP. Image: World Economic Forum

Linda Lacina

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Many workers do not feel secure in their sectors or jobs - and will leave their employer as a result. Image: ADPRI People at Work 2022: A Global Workforce
Says ADPRI, employers cannot expect unpaid overtime to continue, especially as workers demand more flexibility. Image: ADPRI People at Work 2022: A Global Workforce
Says ADPRI, most employers have strategies to help employees with mental health, but unless the causes are tackled, such good intentions will be undermined. Image: ADPRI People at Work 2022: A Global Workforce

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Nela Richardson, chief economist, ADP
Nela Richardson, Chief Economist, ADP
Nela Richardson, Chief Economist, ADP
Nela Richardson, Chief Economist, ADP

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