Two Years into COVID: The State of Human Connection at Work

At a time when people are questioning how they spend their time and how they make a living, HR and business leaders should take a step back and think about ways to make work less transactional – and more human.

Doubling down on connection, community, and belonging makes the most sense financially, in terms of mitigating turnover, and it’s also what employees expect.

Based on findings from a survey of 2,268 full-time workers across the U.S., U.K., Canada, and Ireland, this report explores the state of human connection at work, providing proof points and practical advice for HR and business leaders to create magnetic, human-centered work cultures.

 
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