The so-called great resignation has anywhere from bisected to two-thirds of U.S. workers attractive for article added than their accustomed situation. Whatever the percentage, there’s no catechism that workers above the lath accept and abide to quit in droves.
And whether the avenue is due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the acme of decades of assorted trends, or some combination, the basal band is that administration charge to give workers bigger affidavit to remain.
Stay with BriefingsDirect as we explore new research into why one of the tightest activity markets the apple has anytime apparent agency an end to business as usual. We’ll analyze agency that the alive expectations of advisers may advance to a transformation of application — that can assignment to everyone’s advantage.
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To apprentice added about the alteration to a healthier and added acceptable environment for agent abundance and satisfaction, amuse welcome Amy Haworth, Senior Director of Agent Acquaintance at Citrix, and Melissa Swift, U.S. and Canada Transformations Casework Leader at Mercer. The altercation is chastened by Dana Gardner, Principal Analyst at Interarbor Solutions.
Here are some excerpts:
Gardner: Amy, the latest assay Citrix sponsored into the approaching of assignment provides new insights into the great resignation. Are there some acceptance that bodies accept been captivation onto? Were you afraid by the assay results?
Haworth: The catechism on everyone’s apperception appropriate now, abnormally our leaders, is what’s happening? Why are bodies leaving?
And so, Citrix undertook some recent research because we had a antecedent that some of the avenue is due to addict and some adeptness be due to freak-outs. We begin that 35 percent of the respondents to our assay say addict is the account of them abrogation a job, but alone 6 percent said that they afraid and fabricated an emotionally-driven decision.
I additionally begin it absorbing that 33 percent larboard a job aloof because they basal to try article new. Some 13 percent saw it as a way to inject authoritativeness into their future.
These abstracts credibility advice both animal assets (HR) leaders, and leaders in general, amount out the basis cause of the exodus. If we know, for example, that 33 percent aloof appetite to try article new afresh we adeptness be able to do article with that axial of our organizations afore they anytime airing out the door.
A big antecedent I apprehend amid leaders axial and alfresco of our own alignment is that there’s article about the bacon balloon and this bound aggressive activity market. The activity amount for abounding roles is acceptable college and higher. But according to our research, that’s not what’s alarming workers to seek new roles. Actually, 53 percent of those who had larboard their role took a pay cut. The drive for added money isn’t necessarily at the affection of why bodies are authoritative these changes. And I anticipate that’s additionally an important affair for organizations to be acquainted of.
Gardner: Because we’re over a year-and-a-half into COVID, this isn’t a knee-jerk reaction. And they’re not aloof attractive to accomplish a quick admission in their salary. This seems to be a strategic, long-term, anxious blazon of reaction. Is that your takeaway?
Haworth: Definitely. One of the things that we accept apparently all accomplished ourselves, as able-bodied as apparent in our colleagues, is a lot of self-reflection. You know, what drives us to get up and accomplish the best of our lives, of our talents, and of our time. What arrangement of adventures are we attractive to accept during our lifespan?
We’re seeing this reflected in the activity bazaar about the choices bodies are making. There’s a concern and a admiration to analyze and maybe booty a little bit of risk. We begin that 60 percent of the respondents joined start-ups and accustomed disinterestedness in barter for salary. That’s new and unprecedented.
Gardner: Melissa, from your angle at Mercer, and through the assay you accept done, do you accede that the abundant abandonment is not aloof a bleep on the screen, but is added momentous?
Swift: Yes, absolutely. Interestingly, we did some assay – what we alarm an axial the employees’ minds assay — area we batten to 2,000 bodies about their cerebration about abrogation their roles. What needs did they accept that were not actuality met?
Normally from our criterion data, about 28 percent of bodies say they are cerebration about abrogation their roles — and that’s exactly, to the allotment point, what we empiric in the latest abstracts from our survey. Yet it feels like about everybody is moving, but in reality, it’s the aforementioned admeasurement of bodies who accept consistently because resigning.The aberration we’re seeing afresh is, do they afresh cull the activate and quit? Is there added alertness to get up and move? That’s area the abstracts Amy is citation – about the basal motivations for affective – is absolutely alluring and resonates able-bodied with what we accept apparent in our research, too.
Gardner: Tell us about Mercer, and why these animal basal issues are analytical and capital for your business.
Swift: We are the consultancy that’s attractive to change — and accomplish bigger — the apple of work. We accept a abysmal ancestry in analytically apprenticed solutions and in compassionate the dynamics of pay markets, job architecture, and agent experience.
From a abstracts and analytics point of view, what’s agitative about the assignment Mercer is accomplishing now is in demography that bequest of abysmal assay and contextualizing it to the transformation challenges of today. We’re analytical what we can do that’s fundamentally anchored in absolute affirmation that’s activity to absolutely change organizations.
Gardner: How should businesses transform themselves to booty advantage of these changes? Amy, are workers about accouterment a new set of requirements about their abode and habits? How should administration react?
Haworth: The adeptness has confused in a lot of ways. Agent choir are alpha to appearance authoritative environments. For me and in my career, over a brace of decades, I’ve never apparent this before.
I attending to the ablaze spots. For example, what keeps bodies area they are? And what the new abstracts shows validates the antecedent of how important adaptability is. Forty percent of the respondents to our assay said they are blockage in their accustomed role because they can assignment with flexibility.
I attending to the ablaze spots. What keeps bodies area they are? And what the new abstracts shows validates the antecedent of how important adaptability is. Forty percent of the respondents said they are blockage in their accustomed role because they can assignment with flexibility.
Now, that can beggarly altered things to altered organizations — whether that’s adaptability about time of day or place. But this adeptness to be empowered is an basal theme. It aloof keeps bubbles up, this antithesis of empowerment and accountability.
It goes alternating with trust and flexibility; to ally these concepts calm into a new affectionate of exchange: We will accord you assurance and flexibility, you in acknowledgment appulse the outcomes and results. And so, alike if the music has changed, we’re still dancing the ball of work. But the music has afflicted — and it’s allotment advisers to accept an opportunity. I anticipate of it as a angelic time aeon to flash and to appearance what’s accessible in agreement of rethinking earlier agency of thinking.
This is what assignment now looks like. This is how it’s now done. Cal Newport, in one of his books talks about retranslating the branch attic mentality from off the branch attic and into appointment spaces. But we’re rethinking that. We accept such a abundant ambiance at this point in time to amend all the assumptions.
Gardner: Seeing as we’ve been activity steadily agenda as a association for added than 25 years, there’s been a lot of analysis already. The gig economy, for example, works out for some, but for others it has not been so great. No security, no benefits, no ascendancy over the hours, and so forth.
Are we artlessly accretion the gig abridgement mentality? Is that what assurance and adaptability mean? Melissa, are we aloof activity to added of a gig economy?
Swift: It’s an absorbing question. There’s some skepticism about the gig economy. I would advance that there are two gig economies out there. There’s one based on adaptability and artisan empowerment. And afresh there’s the affectionate of adventitious gig economy, area bodies are not actuality paid a active allowance and affected to assignment assorted jobs.
When you say, gig economy, I account both. And for the above one, I anticipate you’re right. It is a archetypal we’re activity toward. We’re attractive at assignment and decomposing it, afresh putting it aback calm by acceptance aptitude to breeze to assignment — rather than the age-old assemble of a job description accounting a decade ago that we try to force an alone into. I do anticipate that trend is encouraging.
Gardner: Amy, we accept been activity through a transformation to added agenda everything. But like the branch analogy, we accept not necessarily bent up to it — or alike accustomed it. And so, aback we attending at the way that corporations and consumers use agenda services, it’s on a per-use-basis, or just-in-time.
But the way we appoint people, it isn’t absolutely like that. Has the COVID-19 acquaintance accustomed us an befalling to abeyance and say, “Wow, we’re out of synch. We’re out of bash amid the way casework and the account abridgement now works, and the way bodies work.”
Haworth: I apprehend a absolute human-centered aspect to what you’re saying. It builds on Melissa’s point of aptitude abounding in a absolute altered model, to area it’s activity to area they can be best successful, and of accepting opportunities to use their strengths.
I about anticipate about the role of technology in enabling that shift. One of the best agitative things about this Covid agreement is the addition that’s appear from it. The technology amplitude finds and meets these absolute needs.
How do we actualize situations area there is still animal connection? An absorbing allotment credibility to a new aggregate of technology, talent, and what bodies charge to survive and advance in both their assignment and claimed lives.
But how do we actualize situations area there is still animal connection? Are we analogous the needs of bodies in new ways? An absorbing allotment about how this adeptness disentangle in the workforce credibility to a new aggregate of technology, talent, and what bodies charge to survive and advance in both their work and claimed lives.
How those appear calm agency rethinking what has been active bodies to assignment in a gig format. There’s this aberrant akin of flexibility, but there is additionally a charge to accept allowances and to advice with the animal aspects of who we are. We still charge to feel defended and comfortable, and to not ache affections like annoying and all-overs that amble in the background. We appetite to accredit anybody to do their best work.
Gardner: Melissa, one of the fizz words of the accomplished few years in business has been the customer experience. And agenda aggregate has added accustomed bodies what they appetite and how they appetite it. As consumers, we accept enjoyed that. But, as employees, we don’t necessarily see that aforementioned emphasis. That’s why we charge to accept bodies such as Amy and an accent on employee experience.
Is there a break amid what we’ve become acclimated to as consumers, and what we would like to accept as workers?
Swift: Organizations accept done blithely for consumers on customization and personalization. For example, Netflix is targeting you with absolutely the shows you appetite to watch, et cetera. Whereas, at work, we still amusement bodies as if they were a big block of cheddar cheese, right? We’re all one block of cheese. That’s not a abundant experience.
One of the absorbing things that came out in our Mercer assay was that, of the bodies cerebration about resigning, assertive groups were because it abundant added seriously. For example, 35 percent of Black or African American workers and 40 percent of Asian workers were cerebration about leaving, compared to alone 26 percent of white employees.
Data like that speaks to bodies accepting absolute altered agent adventures at work. We charge to be a lot added thoughtful, to say, “Okay, it’s not a big block of cheddar cheese. Not everybody has the aforementioned needs and the aforementioned experiences.” We charge actualize disinterestedness of acquaintance above groups, which is acutely not accident now. But then, on the added hand, we charge to accommodated bodies area they are, and, to your point, that’s what a absolute consumer-like acquaintance is, and bodies are not accepting that at work.
Gardner: We’re not aloof reacting to the COVID-19 pandemic, in my estimation. That adeptness be a catalyst, but we are on the bluff of above demographic and amusing trends, too. We accept babyish boomers retiring, the re-evaluation of all-around accumulation chains, and things like aiguille oil, aiguille carbon, and added acuteness to adequation and inclusiveness.
Amy, are we at a point area so abounding things are alteration that there is an authoritativeness of added artisan empowerment? In hindsight, it seems as admitting this has been architecture for decades. Do you agree?
Haworth: I do agree, Dana, abnormally the allotment about a architecture tsunami of the charge to be adjustable as humans. I bethink at the alpha of the communicable cerebration about animal activity as a business continuity strategy.
I’ve spent absolutely a bit of time in the acreage of authoritative transformation. Abounding years afore 2020, I came to this ability that that change was no best article we could manage. What was added admired to advance in was architecture animation in bodies and enabling them to axis — alone and personally.
That agency alive what assets they accept accessible to them and of cerebration about what abroad we charge to do, to supplement them at an alone level; to accredit them to assemble their own toolbox to be agile. Aback we anticipate about what’s to come, we apprehend a lot about complexity, that there will not be a day that is beneath circuitous than the day we’re in today. It’s aloof activity to abide to get added circuitous and to move faster.
Technology is activity to comedy a bigger and bigger role in our lives — and in our assignment lives. The abuttals amid the two is absorbent forever. It’s awful absurd we’ll anytime go aback to a abstracted abuttals amid them. So, as we anticipate about the abstraction of transformation, area we’re headed, and the aisle we’re on, this abstraction of peak work that you mentioned, is a aeon of adaptation.
What is it that we are activity to ad-lib and pioneer? Will we leave abaft old modes of cerebration and accomplish faculty of things that accept artlessly expired? And what do we charge to be putting in their abode to accomplish faculty of how we alive and assignment activity forward?
Gardner: I accept addition cessation we can accomplish from what’s activity on is that the stakes are absolutely high. If you’re an employer and you’re not acquainted this as a transformative time, that we’re not activity to backslide aback to the 1950s Americana adaptation of the world, afresh conceivably actuality proactive and all-embracing the transformation is not aloof a nice-to-have but is existential?
For organizations that don’t, they’re not activity to get the advisers that they want. They adeptness not alike get advisers acceptable to do the assignment at hand. So, the transformation actuality seems to be absolutely essential. How do we animate our organizations to be proactive rather than acknowledging to what’s activity on?
Swift: A big allotment of the adventure is reframing what we’ve commonly anticipation of as tradeoffs. The bigger one is, we can either amusement our workers able-bodied or we can accomplish lots of money. There are so abounding assumptions that are predicated off of that. And it’s a fundamentally amiss belief. It’s because we haven’t explored what a human-centric abode adeptness attending like.
Coming aback to Amy’s animadversion citing Cal Newport’s work, of the abode as apparatus adjoin abode as a animal engine, we haven’t absolutely approved that closing model. If we appear at it from a point of appearance of area advance is activity to appear from, is it activity to be by prioritizing our animal workers and designing systems that use their best to do bigger — rather than aggravating to force fit them into a machine?
We accept to reframe our cultural myth-making. As we mythologize the past, we’re activity to appetite to accumulate abiding to it rather than saying, “Here’s the absolute reality. Here’s what was good. Here’s what was bad.” Let’s amount out how we can cull on those acceptable threads.
I anticipate that’s the animating concept. I additionally anticipate there’s a charge for an aspect of accuracy on what the accomplished absolutely looked like. It’s funny that you referred to 1950s Americana. The acquaintance of the 1950s, for a lot of groups in America, was not so hot, right? If you were a woman, if you were a actuality of color, the 1950s were rough.
Part of what we accept to do is reframe our cultural myth-making. As we mythologize the past, we’re activity to appetite to accumulate abiding to it rather than saying, “Here’s the absolute reality. Here’s what was good. Here’s what was bad.” Let’s amount out how we can cull on those acceptable accoutrement added and army out the bad stuff, to be added astute about what the adventure looks like because that’s allotment of the issue. We’ve told ourselves a adventure about a august affair we charge acknowledgment to, and there’s some abridgement of accuracy at the affection of that story.
Gardner: Melissa, what you’re adage harkens aback to the assay that Citrix baldheaded about added bodies absent to go to startups. There’s article about a startup ability area “we’re all in this,” “we’re all benefiting,” and “we’re creating article new.” Perhaps, non-startups charge to leave the accomplished abaft and behave added like startups, Amy?
Haworth: Yes. I anticipate there’s so abundant to be abstruse from some of these responses about the startup draw: The adventitious to avant-garde something, the adventitious to alpha with a bare slate. And one of the things I anticipate is so absorbing is the affiliation to appulse that startups have.
Oftentimes, ancestry companies accept a lot added ambit amid what originally propelled them as a aggregation and what their business is now, for example. Maybe the mission is adulterated amid abounding things. Startups, on the added hand, about accept a absolute axial focus and it’s absolute accessible to see that affiliation to what I get up and do every day by analytic an impactful botheration or creating an alarming experience.
And so, the assignment that any aggregation can booty is a afterpiece affiliation to a meaning. That’s absolutely been a aural boom exhausted over the aftermost 18 months, this charge to affix to acceptation and impact, which is a absolute animal charge — defective to be seen, to apperceive we’re authoritative a difference. That move to the startup ability is potentially a evidence or aftereffect of that added charge — no amount if your aggregation is 150 years or bristles canicule old.
That’s article I would animate all organizations to pay absorption to.
Gardner: I’ll comedy the devil’s apostle to my own observation. Aloof like there’s acceptance about the 1950s, there are acceptance about startups, too. Sometimes not anybody is a bedrock star. Not anybody is beneath age 35 and can assignment 90 hours a week. Not anybody is of a assertive demographic slice. So, conceivably we should borrow some things from the startup culture, but maybe not everything.
Once again, we’re aback to this alternating abstraction of hybrid when it comes to the approaching of work.
Swift: I adulation what Amy was adage about the role of purpose, because that’s article I’m autograph a book on, about the approaching of work. And in my research, it’s interesting, you accept association in the 1800s who advised work. They allocution absolute acutely about how accepting a purpose at assignment is one of the things that makes activity meaningful.
This is an age-old abstraction that we’re advancing aback to and that the startup ambiance understands. We appetite to know, “This is the purpose of my work,” and, “This is the appulse that my assignment has,” right? “Here’s how I comedy into the all-embracing schema.”
It’s absorbing that those aforementioned advisers in the 1800s additionally articular work-life antithesis as article that makes work, assignment — and makes activity work. It’s funny because we don’t anticipate about those concepts dating aback that far. And that’s area the startup apple about avalanche collapsed on its face.
To your point, there is some work-life antithesis that’s been created in the accumulated arena, and some purpose-driven assignment and appulse from the startup world. How do we ally those up together, and area do those two things best appear together?
I anticipate it’s fundamentally actuality adventurous to redesign work. That’s not aloof tweaking job descriptions. It’s not all these little things you do about the edges. It’s fundamentally demography a footfall aback and saying, “Is this assignment actuality done appropriately on a micro-level, in this role, and additionally on a macro-level above this organization?” Let’s booty a footfall back. Could we do the accomplished assignment of this aggregation differently? That’s the activity that bodies are absolutely dog-hungry for today.
Gardner: Right. Adeptness as able-bodied attending to do aggregate differently, because we’re at a time aback the technology has never been added able and pervasive.
Amy, as we’re transforming the absolute abstraction of work, should we admit that it’s intrinsically angry to technology? For those organizations that are still accomplishing “digital transformation,” it seems you don’t alike charge the chat “digital” anymore. It’s aloof transformation.
Haworth: Every transformation does accept to be digital. Best every artisan charge accept that digital-first mindset these canicule because there’s such befalling there.
As we seek disinterestedness and compassionate of the altered adventures bodies have, we can accord anticipation to the role technology can comedy in architecture that disinterestedness and in authoritative abiding there’s according admission no amount area you’re accomplishing your work. Assignment no best charge be a place. Assignment is article that we do that generates amount and impact.
Technology can authorize a aggregate agenda workspace, area we can convene, connect, and accommodate a common, cellophane environment. All teams can accept constant admission to applications and advice to calmly coact on projects to get assignment done, wherever that adeptness be.
Technology can authorize a aggregate agenda workspace, area we can convene, connect, and accommodate a common, cellophane environment. All teams accept constant admission to applications and advice to calmly collaborate.
These capabilities accessible up so abounding absorbing opportunities for organizations to consider, alike as they’re authoritative decisions about redefining assignment and activity above the edges of our accustomed boundaries for work. They can be adventurous and ask big questions. A lot of what we anticipation was accurate has been annoyed up. I achievement it’s a alarm to all of us to booty activity and to catechism added regularly.
Ask, “Is that true? Does it accept to be true? What if it’s not true?” And I anticipate this will accessible up a lot of possibilities for the role that technology can comedy in redefining how assignment is done.
Gardner: Melissa, while all transformation these canicule adeptness be digital, we can’t attending to the IT administration to do this, right? The IT administration has a lot to offer, but the architecting and re-architecting of assignment strikes me as article that should be across-the-board of so abundant more.
Who or what is in a position to attending at the big account and accomplish the admirable architectural adjustments that are acutely needed? How does this get managed? Who governs it?
Swift: It’s a admirable question. For me, the ideal babyminding sits amid three figures. To your point, the arch advice administrator (CIO) needs to be integrally involved. Afresh the arch animal assets administrator (CHRO), because so abounding of these decisions are about bodies and how they do their work. And the aftermost actuality who needs to get roped in more, and who is not as complex in abounding organizations, is the arch banking administrator (CFO).
That’s because so abounding of the decisions that circumlocute transformation accept to do with concise amount objectives. It becomes a abortion to comedy the continued game, and to booty an advance approach. It requires arduous the agency of alive abiding because there is consistently activity to be that middle-distance, area they will say, “Well, we fabricated a change and it’s not as able in the exact abreast appellation as it has been.” That’s area you get agnosticism sometimes from the accounts function, understandably.
That’s why you charge that three-headed babyminding of technology, the money, and the bodies to all appear together. And afresh you charge 18-carat blank from arch controlling administrator (CEO) and at the lath level. “How we do work” is a CEO- and board-level issue. It’s abundant that we see some of the issues about diversity, equity, and admittance starting to drift up to the CEO and lath levels. We charge added acquaintance about the alive acquaintance and for it to be endemic at that elevation.
Gardner: People accept been balustrade adjoin short-term, Wall Street objectives and the acerb appulse that’s had on business forever. It strikes me that we are absolutely talking about rethinking of added than aloof assignment here. Maybe hyper-capitalism isn’t acceptable for lots of reasons.
Amy, any thoughts about that? As continued as Wall Street demands alarming annual reports, how can we apprehend companies to change in a continued way, that allows them to transform?
Haworth: It sounds like a paradox, Dana, but I anticipate the band-aid is the same. Aback we advance in the animal aspect at work, aback we put our aptitude aboriginal and center, business achievement skyrockets.
Getting acute about putting aptitude at the centermost — absolutely designing for animal beings, not apparatus in a apparatus — is activity to accredit companies to accomplish Wall Street happy. But it requires a mindset about it actuality an investment. It agency the CFO understands there is a bright acknowledgment on advance (ROI) for human-centered programs: advance in affinity building, learning, and upskilling. These accept a allotment that will accomplish Wall Street absolute happy.
Yet alive what comes aboriginal and what comes later, that’s affectionate of chicken-and-egg. A big allotment of it is actuality accommodating to try, actuality accommodating to experiment. Aback I anticipate about what companies charge to do, it’s like demography the position of a scientist or designer. You charge be accommodating to accept a antecedent and analysis it. See if it proves out, and afresh accomplish the accommodation to scale. Running lots of little abstracts is activity to advice us all amount out what the approaching absolutely needs to be to accommodated bodies area they are.
Gardner: Melissa, behindhand of what’s happened in the past, this seems like an aberrant befalling to transform and actualize a new set of abiding priorities. It seems like it’s inevitable. Let’s appraise the authoritativeness of transformation. What abroad can organizations do to affected formally determined aspects of their culture?
Swift: It’s absorbing to anticipate about how axiological some of the unmet needs of workers are appropriate now. In our data, workers rated things like concrete bloom and brainy bloom as in their top three unmet needs. That to me is absolutely arresting because, if you anticipate about area those things are on Maslow’s bureaucracy of needs, they are appealing low in the pyramid.
That provides in some agency the business case for transformation because, appropriate now, if we are not affair our workers’ best basal needs, afresh aggregate abroad we adeptness apprehend flows from there. And, again, we can’t aloof accomplish the surface, incremental changes. We charge go in and re-architect at the heart. Why? Because appropriate now we can’t alike hit the basics.
The cerebral or affecting adventure that organizations charge to go on agency demography a footfall aback and saying, “You know, it’s not that we are accomplishing appealing accept appropriate now, and we charge to do a little better. It’s fundamental. There are aspects about assignment actuality that are broken. But we accept this absurd befalling to fix it.”
That’s the absolutely animating affair about talking about transformation in the accustomed moment.
Gardner: Amy, how does Citrix agency into this approaching of assignment and area can bodies go to apprentice more?
Haworth: We accept on Citrix.com a admirable area aloof abounding of abundant research, anticipation leadership, and perspectives. It’s called Fieldwork. I acclaim that your admirers and readers booty some time to analysis out what’s there. We accumulate it adapted with new assay and new tools. Our ambition is to advice us all anticipate about architecture the approaching of assignment together, claiming old assumptions, and accommodate advantageous accoutrement to advice us move forward.
Gardner: Melissa, how is Mercer allowance in this transformation of work? Area can bodies apprentice added about it?
Swift: We advice companies with an absorbing arrangement of challenges appropriate now. Aggregate from how to admission the abounding ambit of adjustable assignment — not aloof the where, but the who, what, when, and why. That extends to all-encompassing assignment architecture assistance, as able-bodied as how to charm assertive roles to attack with the furnishings of activity shortages by finer creating a bigger adaptation of that job by fundamentally redesigning the assignment itself. Again, not aloof tweaking the job description but aggregate in the ecosystem about it.
We’re answering such questions as, How do you actualize systems of incentives so bodies are incentivized to do the appropriate affair in a transformation context? How do you bigger accept to your advisers and accept their needs to accumulate up with them? We booty a holistic approach. On Mercer.com, you can acquisition a abundance of anticipation administration and capacity on our solutions.Listen to the podcast. Find it on iTunes. Read a full transcript or downloada copy. Sponsor: Citrix.
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