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This fall 2021 Workhuman survey report reveals workplace practices – such as appreciation, inclusion, and flexibility – that will help your organization thrive through the Great Resignation.
More than a year into a global pandemic, how are employees feeling and what impact do those sentiments have on psychological safety at work? This report summarizes findings from a Workhuman survey.
The topics covered in this report – safety, fair pay, work-life harmony, inclusion and belonging, growth, gratitude, and recognition – are all core aspects of a human workplace. It's that simple.
This report is designed for anyone invested in humanity at work – giving leaders and executives insights to improve engagement, retention, recruitment, reward strategies, and performance management.
HR and business leaders have an opportunity to be proactive on issues such as pay equity, performance, and diversity and inclusion – to put a stake in the ground for positive change.
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