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Shared Values Rate High On What Workers Want from Bosses

More than 50% of workers won’t give much thought to an employer that does not share their values. So reports CNBC.

icon g9852c3400 640While salary and benefits are important to today’s employees, new recruits and talent are purposely seeking out companies that align with their personal values. A CNBC/Momentive survey finds that 40% of workers say they would likely resign if their employer embraced a political position they found objectionable.

Another survey by Qualtrics finds that 54% of U.S. employees were willing to work for an employer who paid them less if they agree with that company’s values, while 56% say they would not consider an employer whose values clash with their own. “The best companies are going to listen to many opinions,” says Paul Wolfe, an author and human resources advisor. “People want to feel seen and heard, even though the company may not completely agree with them all the time.”

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