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The 'employee era' forces companies to ensure their happiness

The so-called 'great resignation', which in Spain has translated into a labor 'carpe diem' effect, has caused those responsible for companies to pay special attention to their employees and watch over their 'happiness' more than ever, avoiding putting obstacles to your productivity.

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The 'employee era' forces companies to ensure their happiness

The so-called 'great resignation', which in Spain has translated into a labor 'carpe diem' effect, has caused those responsible for companies to pay special attention to their employees and watch over their 'happiness' more than ever, avoiding putting obstacles to your productivity.

The hybrid work brought about by the pandemic has led to what we might call the 'age of the employee'. This era is characterized by the fact that the worker has more alternatives and job options at his disposal than ever before, which is why companies are

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