Sixty percent of workers say they’ve seen a shift in company culture since the start of the pandemic, according to a new Workhuman survey. Many workers are also feeling low morale (30%), less flexibility (28%), and less inclusivity (27%) in their workplace.
So how can your people practices address these challenges in a post-COVID world? What should you start, stop, or continue doing to not only take care of your people, but also help your business thrive in the midst of change? As we pass the one-year anniversary of COVID-19 and head toward recovery, the answers to these questions should be informed by recent and relevant data.
On Thursday, April 29 at 12 p.m. ET, you’re invited to join ADP and Workhuman for an engaging discussion on the workplace and how to promote a sense of belonging and cohesion moving forward.
Lynette Silva, principal consultant at Workhuman, will moderate the conversation, including the panelists:
- Bob Lockett, chief diversity and talent officer, ADP
- Martha Bird, chief business anthropologist, PhD, ADP
- Jesse Harriott, global head of analytics, Workhuman Analytics and Research Institute
Join us and learn what the latest data and analytics reveals about the workplace – and which programs and practices need to be prioritized as a result. The panel will share why employee appreciation and human connection should be top of mind and practical ways to develop a high-trust culture that fuels engagement. You’ll be armed with insights that give you a clear path forward.
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