Harbor is seeing significant upside, both in revenue and funding, but also in the apparently growing need for skilled employees. Some NASDAQ looking shows that investor interest in Harbor warranted around $100 million in the past 18 months.
Offering a hybrid work environment is something Harbor seems to take seriously. Harbor’s site shows that five areas of its business are seeking new talent as they grow.
With workers quitting at a record level as recently as November 2021, the Harvard Business Review seems to agree with the ‘hybrid’ approach that Harbor, and countless others, are taking:
In 2022, this statement hits even closer to home as the digital employee experience becomes just as important as the physical one; with the pandemic putting more pressure on aspects of work like well-being, culture and training, at a time when the competition for talent is fierce.