What about the year gone by? Time for one last look with People Matters.
As 2020 approaches its closure, let’s rewind and walk through the retail roadmap 2020 and understand from leaders what the future holds for one of the most severely impacted and disrupted sectors globally.
The pandemic has permanently altered how we think about offices - as companies reassess their real estate needs, it is bound to have a lasting change in the modern organization.
As a result of accelerating trends such as flexible working and virtualization of work, business leaders are now faced with several challenges including ensuring technology infrastructure, organizational processes, and work-life balance, says Vidisha Mehta of Willis Towers Watson, in an interaction with People Matters.
I feel the coming year shall see a renewed focus on employee productivity and well-being, with a single goal of helping business succeed.
How did 2020 change the landscape of employee wellness? How are employers working towards employee wellness for a distributed workforce post-COVID? Why is leadership advocacy and reinforcement crucial for wellness? What does 2021 have in store for employee wellness? Let’s find out!
2020 was about establishing the baseline for remote and hybrid work. 2021 will, in turn, be about the optimization of a hybrid workforce, believes Rhiannon Staples, CMO, Hibob.