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"Those things are not palatable, but are really important to retain the workers you do have rather than ruin the business by running them into ground," Zhao said. Examples of enticements being offered more frequently by employers include providing workers with a "work from anywhere" option for a month, or even up to a year, and via that in addition to the hybrid work model now becoming standard. "Go to Alaska, go to Mexico, wherever it is," Bloom said at the CNBC workforce summit. For the many U.S. workers who don't have the option of remote or hybrid work, on the front lines of the labor force in service industries and in health care, Bloom said more flexibility in scheduling is key, including the option to work more hours per day but fewer days per week. "Obviously, you can put up pay, but that's expensive. ... I think being creative about work-life balance is another way to retain and recruit," Bloom added. Many employees feel like they aren't being seen while they are also experiencing increased velocity and volume of projects, emergencies, and tasks that they have to address quickly, according to Steve Pemberton, Workhuman chief human experience officer.

But one of Flutter's selling points is the possibility that it can provide smaller, more performant apps than the Electron framework or similar cross-platform technologies. An easier way to Flutter? Custom functions improve visual code builder but devs may still be frustrated Flutter offers developers a set of tools for creating builds of apps that can run on Android, iOS, Windows, macOS, or Linux, the web, and embedded devices from a single code base. It does so by relying heavily on Skia , a graphics-rendering engine written in C/C++ that uses a device's CPU or GPU to draw app interfaces on its own, without relying on native platform interface libraries. But by handling compositing independently, Flutter has magnified the challenge of writing resource optimized code. Flutter's avoidance of native libraries deprives it of some of the efficiencies available to native platform code. For Flutter, the blinking cursor CPU tax has been an open GitHub Issue for more than a year. As of August 2020, Kaushik Iska, senior software engineer at Google, said Flutter was working as expected and that the Flutter team might consider improvements at a later date: If you were to create an application with a simple text box on macOS, the native application can essentially sleep as most of the heavy lifting is done by the system compositor. In Flutter the cursor is a timer and for each frame we need to composite and paint the layer tree to the surface. I’ve confirmed that we aren’t doing any additional work than expected. Flutter also has the dart VM running to run the framework code to produce each frame and we expect that this will incur additional overhead as compared to native applications.