Long-held assumptions are crumbling about where and when work happens, why workers select and stay with an employer, and what it takes to support employees’ work and well-being. Not long ago people did not make a daily decision about where, when, or why to work. Schedules were set, people went to the office for work, and what employees expected from their job and their employers was simpler – a paycheck, health care benefits, and some training. Post-pandemic, everything has turned inside out.
This webinar unveils brand new research about how organizations are challenging assumptions and old ways of working and learning. It also demonstrates the shifting expectations workers have of their companies and how this is influencing what organizations can expect from their employees. Being more intentional about designing a workplace that attracts employees to better equipping workers and managers for flexible working, organizations can gain a competitive advantage in this new world of work.
Join Pam Boiros, Chief Marketing Officer, meQ, and Jeanne Meister, Founder, Future Workplace and Executive Vice President, Executive Networks, for a lively discussion about the findings in this new research, based on a global study of 1,300 HR leaders, business leaders, knowledge workers, and frontline workers.