Apparently, things like "mobility" and "skill development" are important too. If you can believe that.
Having a competitive compensation base is really important. It's [also] about how to create an environment where people want to be. This millennial generation is not just looking for a job, they're not just looking for salary and financial benefits, they're looking for skill development, they're looking for mobility, they're looking for opportunities to acquire different skills and to move quickly from one part of an organization to another. How you manage that sort of talent and how you deal with their expectations is very different from what's been done in the past.
So I guess that means that none of the London recruits will be stuck at the Embankment Place dump. That doesn't sound like an environment where anyone would want to be.