Thursday 24 November 2022 11:20 PM Long service leave should be scrapped according to workplace coach trends now

Thursday 24 November 2022 11:20 PM Long service leave should be scrapped according to workplace coach trends now
Thursday 24 November 2022 11:20 PM Long service leave should be scrapped according to workplace coach trends now

Thursday 24 November 2022 11:20 PM Long service leave should be scrapped according to workplace coach trends now

HR expert calls for long service leave to be SCRAPPED because workers aren't staying in roles long enough Workplace coach called for an end to long service leave across Australia Victoria Mills said it was outdated among new generation of 'Tinder workforce'  She claimed too many workers were changing jobs and not entitled to benefit 

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A workplace coach has called for an end to long service leave because too many workers are changing jobs instead of sticking with one for the long run.

Victoria Mills branded the benefit 'outdated' claiming it does not apply to the new generation of workers known as the 'Tinder workforce'.

She said employees are changing jobs more frequently, choosing to leave when they are dissatisfied and 'swiping' right on new, better opportunities.

A workplace coach has called for an end to long service leave because too many workers are changing jobs instead of sticking with one for the long run (stock image)

A workplace coach has called for an end to long service leave because too many workers are changing jobs instead of sticking with one for the long run (stock image)

Victoria Mills (pictured) branded the benefit 'outdated' claiming it does not apply to the new generation of workers known as the 'Tinder workforce'

Victoria Mills (pictured) branded the benefit 'outdated'

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