Results of the survey, carried out by RHI Management Resources, reveal that 1005 of young managers in interestr in working from home, that 55% under 35 expect to retire at 55 and 91% of the same age believe career development is the responsibility of the individual.
Richard Carter, executive director of RHI said: ‘The manager of today is clearly keen to forge his own career path and the mutual loyalty that once exised between eemployers and employees is breaking down.
‘This comes as no surprise to us. The majority of new jobs being created over the next 10 years will be for the self-employed working on an interim contract basis.’
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