Navigating the Talent Challenge Post-Pandemic
How to avoid a talent exodus ●● ●Consistent Communication ●● ●Transparency and Openness ●● ●Adapt and Innovate to meet Employees' Needs ●● ●Provide Support and Authority ●● ●Foreground meaning and Plan for the Long Term ●● ●Create a Contingency Plan
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Covid-19 has forced operational change and reflection on the way that people organize and work. Employers now have a unique opportunity to create lasting positive changes that promote work-life balance.
Why Flexible Working is No Longer a Benefit
With 78% of workers now saying they want increased flexibility in their work moving forward, it will be exceptionally difficult for employers to justify denying them it. This marks a fundamental change in the way organizations need to think about flexibility.
2020 Reflections: Looking Back to Move Forward
What has 2020 taught us? What does the future of the workplace hold? How can employers secure talent in this “new normal”?
Ready to Reopen? Use these Six Strategies to Support Employees
As some businesses begin to reopen their doors, their employees' mental and physical wellbeing will be a priority. For those who must or wish to return to the office, how can you make the transition as easy as possible and maintain a happy and healthy workforce?
78% of Workers Want Work from Home Flexibility After Covid-19
he majority of workers want their employer to encourage more working from home after the Covid-19 public health crisis has passed, according to our latest research. In a poll of 5,200 global professionals, 78% say that they would like their employer to encourage more working from home.