With employees and jobseekers now expecting their packages to go beyond salary and traditional bonuses, the local HR market has changed significantly in the past two decades. Meanwhile, international trends in this field will sooner or later reach the local workforce. By Anda Sebesi While back in the ‘90s salary and financial incentives were the main tools used by companies to attract and retain their employees, things have changed dramatically with the emergence of the younger generations of employees. Bosses are more and more focused on offering a wide range of non-financial benefits to their employees. Pundits say that schedule flexibility has become more important, especially for financial, legal and HR professionals. The option to work flexibly anytime between 7am and 8pm has become a regular demand for both existing and potential employees, along with working from home and medical and gym subscriptions. During the past two decades, Romanian jobseekers of all ages have reshaped the local workforce and made companies rethink their HR policies according to their expectations. The emergence of the concept of wellbeing is an example in this regard. The concept has developed gradually over the last few years and now the psychological wellbeing of its employees… Read full this story
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