This newly released 47-page report is part of ADP’s annual study of employees’ attitudes towards the current world of work and what they expect and hope for from the future workplace. It’s based on survey responses from 32,924 workers in 17 countries worldwide. And although the report was just published, the survey was conducted in November 2021. A few findings include 1) Seven in 10 workers (71%) say they have considered a major career move this year. 2) Feelings toward flexibility and work-life balance are not limited to parents (74%) who would like to arrange working hours to be more flexible, followed closely by 68% of non-parents. 3) If it came to it, employees are prepared to make compromises if it meant more flexibility or a hybrid approach to work location with more than half (52%) willing to accept a pay cut – as much as 11% – to guarantee this arrangement. 4) Pay equity is important: three quarters (76%) would consider looking for a new job if they discovered their company had an unfair gender pay gap or no diversity and inclusion policy. Other ideas are discussed that can help organizations further understand worker preferences.