Here are five prominent trends that emerged during recent Workhuman® Executive Forums. Use them as guideposts for your projects and initiatives in the months ahead. And as you do, ask yourself and your team how your performance management, DE&I, and compensation strategies are supporting the basic human need for purpose, mastery, and connection.
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