The pre-pandemic workplace we once knew no longer exists. The speed and frequency of technological breakthroughs, coupled with the many changes forced upon us by the pandemic, have created a new work world.
In the past, employees might have been content to complete duties in certain ways because it was “how things have always been done.” Fast forward to today: People are no longer content to work the way they used to when it comes to both their physical workspace and their mental health. Employees also don’t want to live two separate lives at work and at home, and they want leaders to recognize that they need to care about the same things their employees care about.
Employees are resigning from their jobs at rates we’ve never seen before, making it clear that they’re the ones with the power. So, what are they in search of? We’re learning that these employees care most about the experience that their organizations provide to their people.
How can leaders and organizations adapt to ensure their culture reflects the needs of today’s workers? This white paper includes tips on how to solve three of the most pressing workplace problems today.