Among which age group of frontline workers do you find the highest churn rates at your organization?

18 – 25 (Gen Z)36%

26 – 41 (Millennials)60%

42 – 57 (Gen X)4%

58 – 67 (Baby Boomers)0%


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Senior Vice President, Product Design and Data Analytics in Finance (non-banking), 1,001 - 5,000 employees
With remote working, I see Gen X starting to explore more and take risks. Some Gen X are also experimenting with new ventures and the trend is expected to rise further as ease of business is rising.

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