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  • What do people expect from work perks in the ‘new normal’?
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Careers Sector Snapshot: November 2020

How are employers helping employees maintain their wellbeing? Why are people of all ages coming to appreciate online learning? How might life under lockdown impact parents’ job prospects? And what does genuine action on diversity and inclusivity look like in the workplace?

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In the November 2020 Sector Snapshot of Careers, we look at the ways in which employers are helping to maintain their employees’ wellbeing, explore why people of all ages are coming to appreciate online learning, consider how life under lockdown could impact parents’ job prospects, and shed light on what genuine action on diversity and inclusivity looks like in the workplace.

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