2022 has the potential to be one of the most transformative years in recent history. As we enter the post-pandemic reality, companies are realising they need to do more to attract and retain skilled, diverse workers, and people in turn are looking for more from their employers to thrive at work.
This has led to the emergence of what we’re calling the Great Realisation – where both workers and companies are recognising the need for something new and different.
We’re delighted to share the latest edition of our Human Age newspaper, where we explore all the labour market trends contributing to the Great Realisation in detail, as well as some of our own initiatives and solutions for tackling the challenges of today’s world of work.
Out of Crisis Comes Opportunity
The pandemic exposed weaknesses that many businesses may not have even known they had, propelling them to increasingly experiment with new workforce strategies and models to plug the gaps.
Explore four trends that will help organisations navigate the new reality.
From Carbon to Culture
How do you reach Net Zero as an employer? In an era when ESG strategies have focused so heavily on the Environmental pillar, our Talent Solutions team have been busy looking at sustainability in terms of Social benefit. Our answer is the Talent Sustainability Framework – a new method for employers to gauge and improve sustainability from a talent perspective.
Reimagining the Workforce and Workplace Mechanics
In the recovery stages of the COVID-19 crisis, organisations have a once-in-a-generation opportunity to re-evaluate policies and practices, and to reimagine their workforce and workplace.
Explore how organisations can support and grow their businesses in an environment of extreme uncertainty and continuous change: