“The realization that so many employees are thinking about a change of path is triggering a renewed focus by business leaders on employee experience, and on what makes people want to work—and stay working—at the company.”
— Angela Ashenden, Principal Analyst, CCS Insight
It’s a new year. We’re also heading into the third year of the pandemic. The workplace and workplace culture have been completely shaken up. Hybrid work is here to stay, employees have new expectations, and managers have developed new ways of leading, tracking productivity, and retaining talent. What we’ve been referring to as ‘the new normal’ is now just plain normal. This week, we kick the year off and look ahead at what to expect in the workplace in 2022.
With the “Great Resignation” occurring in 2021, employers are considering how their organizations need to adjust to attract and keep talent. A recent report from Glassdoor indicates that the tight labor market will continue into this year, so organizations need to get serious about employee retention. Focusing on employee engagement and building an employee-centric work environment will be key. Learn about five emerging trends and why 2022 is the year of workplace culture.
The pandemic has shaken up perceptions and expectations of what work should be. Employees now expect greater flexibility over where and when they work. Hybrid remote work isn’t going anywhere this year, which continues to present its own set of challenges. Determining the right structure, tracking productivity in a non-violating way, and ensuring employees stay with the organization are a few of these challenges.Consider three major workplace changes to expect this year.
Leadership teams have their work cut out for them this year. In addition to effectively responding to the impact of the pandemic, they must also consider how burnout culture, work-life balance, diversity, equity and inclusion, and the ongoing fight against racial injustice are impacting their teams. On top of this, they need to have the capacity to effectively do their jobs.Explore six key changes managers must make to adapt to the workplace of 2022.
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